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Need new filter

It's a foam filter with six compartments encased in plastic frame which is a slide out filter. The dimentions are 13" X 8". Cold you please advise me. I would greatly appreciate it as the air conditioner is old, but still reliable. My e

mail is Boland41@att.net and my name is Carol. Thank you. This is a Emerson Quiet Cool unit.

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I went into Emerson air conditioner parts and they listed all the different filters and I was lucky enough to find the right filter , so I ordered it.

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Could you please share the model number of the one you ordered, as it sounds like the one we need? Please mention if you went to store or to web site.

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No solution, just the same problem. I need the exact same filter, but cant find it with the information Boland41 posted. Can you help us by giving the store's name or phone number where the filter was found.

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