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Honeywell envirocaire hepafilter model # 13520

Just want to know if can wash wrap around filter,and the hepafilter itself?

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We have this air filter for about 8 years and we have 2 of the filters and wash one while the other is set to be washed. We use bleach to kill the bacteria. They are ready though to be thrown away.

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

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the foam cover filters the large dust particles and can be washed. It serves to prolong the life of the expensive hepa filter element. Leave it on.
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The only two parts requiring any service are the activated carbon pre-filter and the HEPA filter. No tools are needed. To change either filter, disassemble the unit as shown.
1. Loosen the carrying handle by turning it counterclockwise and lift filter cage cover from unit.
2. Lift HEPA filter and activated carbon pre-filter from the base.
3. Remove the fasteners from the activated carbon pre-filter and remove it from the HEPA filter cartridge.
4. Replace filter(s) as needed, and discard used filters.
5. Wrap the activated carbon pre-filter around the HEPA filter cartridge and secure it with the fasteners provided

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How to change the flter

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Discard the filter(s) being replaced. Then remove the new filter from the packaging and discard the packaging and plastic. Carefully wrap the pre-filter around the HEPA filter so that the ends meet. Fasten the ends together with the fastener.

Place the filter assembly in the air purifier and reattach the base. Then tighten the locking mechanism. Turn the unit right side up, plug it in and turn it on.

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