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Old 03-12-2014, 06:16 AM   #1
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Upgrade inside A/C & filter cover

I sit there and look at that cheap plastic cover on the ceiling a/c and filter. This is what i came up with that i think looks much better.
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That's a nice upgrade.
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Looks nice.
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I replaced mine in our 5er with a Genesis Air Filtration system. The electrostatic filter does a much better job than the old foam mesh OEM stuff.
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I replaced mine in our 5er with a Genesis Air Filtration system. The electrostatic filter does a much better job than the old foam mesh OEM stuff.
I looked at the Genesis system. Nowhere in their literature did I read Electrostatic filter. Lots of Micro-Therm word-speak but I dont know what that is... Heppa I would have assumed.

Is it actually electrostatic? That might have tipped the scales for me.
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Apparently Dometic has changed their product and advertising since we bought one for our 5ers 15.5 ducted heat pump. Sorry for the distraction and misinformation.
We really liked the performance of our unit, but we bought it several years ago (2009 I think).
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