Question about Heating & Cooling
The only possible explainations for your situation is that the air is either going around the filter and going straight to the coil or the air filter is on the wrong end of the furnace. The air should go through the filter before it goes through the furnace. If you can take the filter out and look at the coil, the air should be sucking into the furnace from that end, if it is blowing in your face, that is the problem. If all is ok with that then take a close look for where the air could be getting in without having to go through the air filter. Seal up any holes with duct tape or sheet metal or both.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
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