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I met a guy at an ACA rally that swore his 98 Eagle did not have a filter. I told him to go open the compartment where the furnaces are and look up.
You guys have the basement furnaces. Mine are upstairs, one under the sofa and one under the fridge. I've worked on both and neither has a return air filter. Don't know the rationale, eithe rpro or con.
I've never seen a furnace filter in any of the 13 RV's we owned.
A loose wound fiberglass filter may work
why a RV furnace needs less air restrictions than a home furnace?
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