|Fig.1 Intake vent|
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Magic Eraser Sponge
Mrs. Black has severe allergies and he doctor stated she needed a better filtration filter. She recommended an HEPA Filter.
This post shows the fourteen steps to removing the existing system and installing a HEPA filter.
Step 1: According to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia an HEPA filter is a High-efficiency particulate filter. Above fig.1 shows the air intake vent, this vent houses a fiberglass filter to catch the pet hair but it's not enough any more.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the pet hair on the fiberglass filter.
|Fig.2 Dust on fiberglass filter|
|Fig.3 Vacuuming inside A/C tube|
|Fig.4 Vacuum filter area|
|Fig.5 Vacuum metal grill inside|
|Fig.6 Cleaning outside vents|
|Fig.7 New Filtrete filter|
|Fig.8 Filter size 18X24X|
|Fig.10 Air flow|
|Fig.11 Cutting the filter|
|Fig.12 Air flow arrow|
|Fig.13 New filter|
|Fig.14 Close vent|
|Fig.15 Store old fiberglass filter|
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