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Old 05-16-2010, 10:16 AM   #1
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Filter material for heat pumps

Anyone found where this material can be found? Haven't been out looking yet - thought I would ask first.
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Hmmm, my guess would be home deopt, or lowes, and cut it down to size. However, unless the original ones are damaged, you should be able to just wash them gingerly, and let them air dry and put them back in. I do ours about every 3 months unless we are using the HP/AC a lot.
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