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What size furnace filter for Rheem 80PS05NAR01

Previous owner stuffed in a 14x25x1 filter, it looks like the wrong size.

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SOURCE: Filter location? Rheem Classic Super Quiet 80, RCBA 2457GG14XI

Open the two side panels. The filter is at the bottom held down with a wire spring. Release the spring and the filter can be removed.

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