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Old 01-31-2014, 08:49 AM   #3347
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Air flow was also a concern for me. I would check with the furnace manufacturer. If given the green light for a filter I would go with the cheaper filters,they will catch the dog hair and be less restrictive to air flow.
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Old 01-31-2014, 09:35 AM   #3348
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Thank you for the heads-up. I figured that this would help keep the dog hair from getting in the furnace and causing a fire hazard. When I reinstalled it there is an opening at the top that should help to keep the air flow volume adequate. Also, we do not full time, but the last two outings we ended up headed north. You know son in Army back in states for a couple weeks and see the granddaughter at Christmas. Both trips the day we left had snow on the ground and icicles on the MH. Anyway i will keep the filter clean.
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Not sure by the picture but if that is one of those filters you buy and resize to fit your filter opening, they are very restrictive. I actually had one for my home furnace and was advised by a tech that it was very hard on the fan as they did not allow enough air thru. If it the same as the one I had, there are multiple layers of filtering within the frame. You might be able to remove some down to where it would catch what you want. I understand about dog hair. We have a Shiba Inu. He only sheds twice a year, once from Jan to July and again from Aug. to Dec. Enough hair comes off him to build a bunch more dogs!!
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Hey Budski,

What are you trying to say on your post?

Curious minds would like to know.

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...We have a Shiba Inu. He only sheds twice a year, once from Jan to July and again from Aug. to Dec. Enough hair comes off him to build a bunch more dogs!!
Only twice a year, huh?
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No kidding. There are far too many like these. Guess ya had to have been there..........!
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I like to keep track of my house battery voltage, so I bought a little meter and installed it under the dinette table. This way I can see the meter each time I open the door. It also provides a nice blue "night" light as an added bonus.
where did you get this one?
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It's like an 8 track but only 75% the sound quality, and 600% the price...

I'm seriously looking at a nicer deck for mine Probably better speakers, etc. I don't know if I should or shouldn't though.
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