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Old 10-30-2015, 06:25 PM   #1
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A/C Filter Location

Just bought a new Eagle H/T 28.5RSTS fifth wheel. The A/C unit has ducted supply and return vents. The A/C unit itself is not visible in the ceiling. Where is the air filter located so that I can perform maintenance? Also, is there an air filter for the furnace, and if so where is that located?
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Old 10-30-2015, 06:40 PM   #2
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I'm not familiar with your unit, but the A/C filters for our Pinnacle are in the return air vents, (they look like residential vents). Ours are located in the living room area in the ceiling, one on each side of the coach. There is not a filter for the furnace, it is vented from the outside at the furnace.


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The AC filter us located behind the return air grill. Sort of a foam thing that you can wash out. There is no furnace filter. Neither of these systems are very efficient and nothing at all like your home systems.
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The AC filter us located behind the return air grill. Sort of a foam thing that you can wash out. There is no furnace filter. Neither of these systems are very efficient and nothing at all like your home systems.
You can't really wash them because they have a cardboard frame, they are real cheezy, use a vacuum until you new ones.
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