Tom Douglas

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  • in reply to: Air Cleaner COnnection #303982

    If you are referring to an electronic air cleaner it goes in the return duct just before it goes into the furnace. If it is a new Honeywell air cleaner it just plugs in. There is an internal airflow sensor that turns it on when the fan comes on. Any other brand Im not sure but it needs to come on only when the fan is running.

    in reply to: Air Cleaner COnnection #307164

    : Im trying to find (2) 12 x 15 metal mesh pre-filters for a Honeywell furnace unit. Any ideas?Thanks roy

    in reply to: Air Cleaner COnnection #307799

    I cant make up my mind, but what is better an electronic or electrostatic filter for my furnace. I use a 16×25 airfiter and I want to replace it without modification to my furnace. Im concerned about the airflow that can pass thru a electrostatic filter. It seems so dense already, does it not block the airflow

    in reply to: Air Cleaner COnnection #308358

    Honeywell pre-filters sell for $19.00 at http://ElectronicAirCleaners.com

    in reply to: Air Cleaner COnnection #309139

    I own a Honeywell F50F Electronic Air Cleaner and I am interested in the Y2K compliance of this device. Please respond.

    in reply to: Air Cleaner COnnection #309466

    We have an Electroair air cleaner that is out of comission,I have had rectifier changed a couple of times,now I am unable to find any with parts,can you help?? Thanks Mel it stay on all the time? I would think it would only come on when the fan is blowing.

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