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Best Buy Heating and Air Conditioning

90 Day Limited Warranty
We stand behind our products. All parts purchased from our online web store come with
a manufacturer's warrantee for 90 days from date of the original purchase.


At our option, we'll repair or replace any defective product for 90 days after purchase.
Purchaser will ship the warranty part to Best Buy Heating and Air Conditioning.com

pre-paid after first receiving authorization from our parts center.
Note that shipping and delivery charges are not refundable.

Part Warranty

Our warranty is one of the best in the Industry for our do-it-your self-customers. We offer not 30 days, but a 90 day manufacturer's warranty. We will replace or repair every part we sell. We will send a replacement for any part that fails under normal use within 90 days of the purchase date of invoice.

Damaged Freight

Best Buy Heating and Air Conditioning.com will not be responsible for damaged freight. It is the responsibility of the consumer to inspect all merchandise immediately upon delivery and to properly file all freight claims to obtain replacement equipment or compensation for repairs.
All products are inspected, checked, and packaged by the manufacturer prior to release to the carrier. Upon delivery to the carrier, the shipment technically becomes your property. We specify that all equipment items be securely strapped to a wooden pallet prior to shipment, which greatly reduces the likelihood of damage during transit. But in spite of our best efforts, shipping damage can and does sometimes occur. Here's how to protect yourself.
· Before signing the delivery receipt, make sure you have received all the items specified on the bill. If anything is missing from the shipment, note this on the delivery receipt and have the driver sign your copy
· Always note any external damage to cartons on the delivery receipt and have the driver sign your copy
· We highly recommend that you unpack each carton in the driver's presence and carefully inspect each item. Note any damage on the delivery receipt and have the driver sign your copy. Contact the carrier immediately to file a claim
· If you discover concealed damage after the driver has left, immediately call the carrier and request inspection. Keep all packing materials and contents in the same condition as when the damage was discovered
· It is a good idea to take pictures immediately after discovering concealed damage in order to support your claim
· If the equipment delivered appears to be damaged beyond repair, please refuse the shipment and write on the shipping documents exactly why you refused the delivery. Make sure you get a delivery receipt from the trucking delivery person with your remarks written on it. This will permit us to obtain a new unit from the factory and have the trucking company handle the problem they caused.

Returns

Once shipped, all equipment sales are final. Deliveries refused for reasons other than shipping damage (see above) will be subject to any applicable return shipping charges plus a 20% restocking fee. You may return unused unopened merchandise within 10 days of receipt of your order. All returned merchandise must be undamaged, unused and in the original packaging. You must contact Best Buy Heating and Air Conditioning.com via email, click here to Contact Us. You will be issued an RMA (Returned Authorization Number) and will be given instructions on how to prepare the merchandise for return shipping. The RMA number should be clearly posted on the outside of the package. Merchandise that is returned without an RMA number will be refused. You must pay all return shipping cost back to us. Upon inspection of the returned equipment to make sure it is in its original packaging, undamaged, no missing parts or pieces and if there is no evidence that the equipment was ever installed you will be entitled to a refund of the original purchase price minus shipping cost and minus a 20% restocking fee. Any merchandise that is found to be other than new and unused will be returned shipped collect.

Warranties & Service

All the equipment we sell is new and is covered by the full manufacturer's warranty. Warranty service work can be performed by any properly licensed HVAC contractor, But please be aware that labor charges are not covered by the manufacturer or by Best Buy Heating and Air Conditioning.com. Some manufacturers charge a nominal fee to process returned compressors. Shipping fees for in-warranty parts are to be paid by the customer.

AC Equipment Start Up

In order to protect your warranty and for your own personal safety, split-system condensing units must be "started up" by a licensed contractor who has been EPA certified to purchase and handle refrigerant. Any qualified HVAC service company in your area can perform this work for you. At a minimum, the technician performing the start up should:
· Braze the line set (copper tubing) to the service valves on the condensing unit and or evaporator coil.
· Use a vacuum pump to evacuate the Freon lines and cooling Evaporator coil.
· Check the system for Refrigerant leaks.
· Make the final electrical connections.
· Charge the system with refrigerant to the correct pressures.
· Check the overall running operation of the entire system (pressures and temperatures)
WARNING: Improper installation can void your warranty and expose you to potentially hazardous conditions. Do not attempt to do this work yourself!
NOTE: Puron (R-410A) units require special gauges and refrigerant. Serviceperson must be trained and certified to handle Puron installations

Safety First

Before you begin any repairs or installation on your heating and or air conditioning systems, consult all manufactures safety warnings and procedures. If you are not comfortable or have no experience working with Electricity, or with Natural Gas, L.P. Gas we would highly recommend calling your local Independent contractor for service.


Best Buy Heating and Air Conditioning

Shipping Guarantee
We'll ship your part on time, guaranteed. If we fail to ship it out on time, call us for a coupon, good for one year, worth 10% off your next order. We try very hard to get our product to you as fast as humanly possible. We are not responsible for the USPS, UPS, Fedex or any other shipper that doesn't delivery your product on time once it leaves our parts warehouse. But if you have paid for next day or second day delivery and your product does not arrive on time we will refund 50% of the shipping fee. *This only applys to next day or second day deliveries.

Sales Tax
BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com is required to charge applicable state and local sales tax on every item we sell.

Payment Terms
Purchasers may pay with Visa Card, Master Card, Discovery Card and the American Express Card or by mailing a cashier check. At BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com, export orders may be subject to special export payment terms and quotations. All payments must be made in United States Currency. BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com shall have the right of set-off and deduction for any sums owed. Orders will not be shipped until payment is received in full.

Freight Policy
Shipments are freight prepaid by BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com. A minimum $12.00 shipping and handling charge is added to all shipments. An additional handling charge is not added to shipments of backordered items. Any extra charges incurred for additional services, such as shipment from point specified by customer. At BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com option, freight policy for export orders may be subject to special terms and conditions. Title and risk of loss pass to purchaser on delivery to the common carrier. If product was damaged in transit, recipient must file claim with the manufacturer, NOT WITH BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com.

What do you charge for shipping?
Our delivery charge is $12.00 minimum per order. The delivery cost will be calculated when you place your order and may change with out notice.

How soon will my order be delivered/when will it get there?
Once your order is shipped, it will arrive within 2 to 7 business days. Your order will be shipped via USPS, UPS Ground, and special carrier as needed from the nearest outlet distribution center to your delivery address. The nearest distribution center is determined when you input your ZIP code. If you have any questions about the shipping of your order, please e-mail our Internet Customer Service Center, click here to Contact Us.

Quotations
Prices cannot be guaranteed and are subject to change without notice. Oral quotations prevail for the day quoted. Written quotations will be honored for thirty (30) days from the day quoted.

Expected Shipment
Please note, expected shipment times are when an item is expected to leave our warehouse, not when the item will arrive at its final shipping destination. After your order leaves our warehouse, delivery times vary according to the shipping method you select during checkout and the location of your shipping address.

Special Order Items

Special Order items require some additional time before they can be shipped. Expected adjustment time (for example, "Special Order: Add 2-4 weeks for Product adjustment. Your Special Order item will be shipped once your item is ready, your payment is approved in advance, and the receiving address is verified. You will be notified of the status of your Special Order item by e-mail.

Shipping Rules and Restrictions
Orders are shipped on business days only. Business days are Monday-Friday, excluding federal holidays within the United States. The shipping cost shown for an individual item reflects what you can expect to pay. Your actual shipping and handling cost will automatically compute on the Shipping Options page of checkout.
Please allow for additional shipping and handling time for all oversized items shipping via a freight trucking company. These items cannot be expedited.


Shipping Methods and Costs
Depending on the item(s) you purchase on BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com and the location to which the items will be delivered, different shipping methods will be available. Each shipping method has its own restrictions and charges that will be applied to your order.
Please note, some items may offer only one shipping method. Shipping costs are dependent on the items in your order and the shipping method you select. Your total shipping charges will automatically compute during checkout prior to the completion of Your Order.
Shipping and handling costs for orders placed on this web site are based on the weight of the total order. You will be provided with the total shipping cost for your order during Checkout.

Generally, you will have the option of upgrading your shipping method for faster delivery (such as Third Day, or Overnight service by calling our customer service department). If you choose to upgrade your shipping method, your order must be received and clear credit authorization by 12:00 p.m. (noon) PST or your order may not be processed until the following business day. Business days are Monday-Friday, excluding federal holidays within the United States. Please contact our customer service department via email to upgrade your shipping delivery time, click here to Contact Us.
Pricing
All prices quoted and are listed on our web site are our customers' net costs in United States Currency. Prices do not include freight, handling, applicable federal, state or local taxes, or duties. Prices and terms herein are subject to change without notice. Market Sensitive Commodity items will be priced according to current market Conditions.

Receipt of Purchase / Order Confirmation
After filling out and submitting your order, you will receive an order confirmation via email. Your product will be shipped the same business day if the product is in stock and if the order is received before 12:00 p.m. (noon). If the order is cancelled by the purchaser while being in transit the full shipping charge will be applied to the credit card account of purchaser.

Shipping and Handling Refunds
There are no refunds on shipping and handling charges unless BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com has shipped the order incorrectly.

No Refunds on Custom or Special Orders
Please check all information carefully. All custom orders are non-returnable. Any order that the product is not a standard stock item or is a custom order for product made to your specifications. WE HAVE A NO RETURN / NO REFUND POLICY ON ALL CUSTOM ORDERS. WE WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY RETURNS NOR ISSUE ANY REFUNDS.

Product Guarantee
All Products will have a 90 day warranty from date of purchase. BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com will repair or replace the product at its option from date of purchase. Shipping and Handling charges are not covered under this 90 day warranty. Purchaser will ship defective part to BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com at there own expense. Purchaser agrees that there will be a shipping and Handling charge on all warranty exchanges of parts and equipment. BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com is not responsible for any labor charges of parts or equipment of any kind. Purchaser should have a License qualified person to install, service or repair their appliances.

Return of Product
Equipment and or Parts that have been installed are not returnable. All products still in their original shipping container that have not been opened or installed may be returned, with authorization approvable from our parts department within 10 days from purchase date. There will be a 25% restocking fee on all parts and equipment returned with approval by our parts department. Shipping charges are not refundable to and from shipping locations.

Ordered incorrectly
If purchaser orders a product incorrectly from our web site it may be returned to BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com by these 7.Conditions.1. As long as the product purchase has not been installed or damaged in any way. 2. The purchase product is in its original shipping container. 3. All return items are subject to a 25% restocking charge. 4. All shipping and handling charges are not refundable. 5. Purchaser must pay shipping and handling charges of product back to BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com. 6. Purchaser gets an authorization approval code from BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com. 7. It is within 10 days from the date of original purchase, no exchanges or returns are allowed after 10 days.

Order minimum

There is a minimum order requirement of $150 for all custom maid or special order items.

Keep Good Records
Make sure to print or save electronically any records related to your online transactions. This will help you keep track of shipping dates, shipping and handling fees, and other details of your transactions.

Contact Us
We welcome your comments, feedback and suggestions. Whether you'd like to recognize an exceptional associate or give us a suggestion, please contact us using any of the methods below.
For quick answers to your questions, we recommend calling our customer service department direct. To contact a parts expert please e-mail, click here to Contact Us.

Online Information
For assistance with online orders, website navigation or online products contact our Customer Service Center by e-mail, click here to Contact Us.

Damaged Freight
Best Buy Heating and Air Conditioning.com, Inc. will not be responsible for damaged freight. It is the responsibility of the consumer to inspect all merchandise immediately upon delivery and to properly file all freight claims to obtain replacement equipment or compensation for repairs.
All products are inspected, checked, and packaged by the manufacturer prior to release to the carrier. Upon delivery to the carrier, the shipment technically becomes your property. We specify that all equipment items be securely strapped to a wooden pallet prior to shipment, which greatly reduces the likelihood of damage during transit. But in spite of our best efforts, shipping damage can and does sometimes occur. Here's how to protect your self:
· Before signing the delivery receipt, make sure you have received all the items specified on the bill. If anything is missing from the shipment, note this on the delivery receipt and have the driver sign your copy
· Always note any external damage to cartons on the delivery receipt and have the driver sign your copy.
· We highly recommend that you unpack each carton in the driver's presence and carefully inspect each item. Note any damage on the delivery receipt and have the driver sign your copy. Contact the carrier immediately to file a claim.
· If you discover concealed damage after the driver has left, immediately call the carrier and request inspection. Keep all packing materials and contents in the same condition as when the damage was discovered
· It is a good idea to take pictures immediately after discovering concealed damage in order to support your claim.
· If the equipment delivered appears to be damaged beyond repair, please refuse the shipment and write on the shipping documents exactly why you refused the delivery. Make sure you get a delivery receipt from the trucking delivery person with your remarks written on it. This will permit us to obtain a new unit from the factory and have the trucking company handle the problem they caused.

Returns

Once shipped, all equipment sales are final. Deliveries refused for reasons other than shipping damage (see above) will be subject to any applicable return shipping charges plus a 20% restocking fee.

Warranties & Service

All the equipment we sell is new and is covered by the full manufacturer's warranty. Warranty service work can be performed by any properly licensed HVAC contractor, but please be aware that labor charges are not covered by the manufacturer or by BestBuyHeatingAndAirConditioning.com. Some manufacturers charge a nominal fee to process returned compressors. Specific warranty periods can be found on our site on each product's main information page. Shipping fees for in-warranty parts are to be paid by the customer.

AC Equipment Start Up
In order to protect your warranty and for your own personal safety and peace of mine, split-system condensing units should always be "started up" by a licensed contractor who has been EPA certified to purchase and handle refrigerant. Any qualified HVAC service company in your area can perform this work for you. At a minimum, the technician performing the start up should:
· Braze the line set (copper tubing) to the service valves on the condensing unit and or evaporator coil.
· Use a vacuum pump to evacuate the lines and or cooling coil.
· Check the system for refrigerant leaks.
· Make the final electrical connections and double check the entire installation.
· Charge the complete system with refrigerant.
· Check all operating pressures and temperatures for maximum efficiency.
WARNING: Improper installation can void your warranty and expose you to potentially hazardous conditions. Do not attempt to do this work yourself!
NOTE: Puron (R-410A) units require special gauges and refrigerant. Serviceperson must be trained and certified to handle Puron installations

Building Permits & Inspections
Always check with your city's Department of Building and Safety for specific permit and installation requirements before beginning an installation. Most municipalities require a building permit whether you are replacing the components of an existing HVAC system or installing a new system from scratch. Separate or additional permits might also be required for any new gas lines or electrical circuits. In general, homeowners are entitled to file building permits themselves as long as the work will be limited to the homeowner's own property. Pulling a building permit means an inspector will sign off on your work, which protects you and your property. We also recommend that you have your local gas company inspect and start up any new or replacement furnace installations. Most utilities will do this for you free of charge.

Safety First
Before you begin any repairs or installation on your heating and or air conditioning systems, consult all manufactures safety warnings and procedures. If you are not comfortable or have no experience working with Electricity, or with Natural Gas, L.P. Gas we would highly recommend calling your local independent contractor for service.


information center


The initials
:
HVAC stand for Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning
and are often used to describe the industry that produces the
equipment that brings comfort to your home
or business. .

AFUE - This is a percentage measurement of a furnace's heating efficiency. The U.S. Government's minimum efficiency level is 78%. The higher the AFUE, the more efficient the furnace. The initials stand for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency.

Energy Star - A voluntary partnership between the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, product manufacturers, local utilities and retailers. Partners help promote energy-efficient products by labeling products with the Energy Star logo and educating consumers about the unique benefits of energy-efficient products. In addition to labeled products, Energy Star offers voluntary partnerships, which promote energy efficiency, reduce air pollution, and save money for businesses large and small. Each year, these partnerships save over $1 billion in energy costs while also cutting air pollution. When properly installed, Energy Star-labeled products can save consumers 10-40% on heating and cooling bills each year.

SEER - This is a measurement of the efficiency of cooling products. The U.S. Government's minimum efficiency level is 10 SEER for split systems and 9.7 for packaged units. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the cooling product. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating.

HSPF - This is a measurement of a heat pump's heating efficiency. There is no governmental minimum rating. The higher the HSPF, the more efficient the heat pump's heating performance. HSPF stands for Heating Seasonal Performance Factor.

A Note About Efficiencies: When you're getting ready to replace an older heating or cooling system, it's very important for you to get a Load Calculation done by your dealer/contractor. The greater the difference between the efficiency of your old system to the new system, the more likelihood that the dealer will recommend a smaller sized unit. This should not cause alarm, as the dealer, by running a Load Calculation, will be able to accurately size the system to the load in your home. It can be quite detrimental to equipment if the units are too large for the load in your home - they can start to "short cycle" (they run often but for very short periods of time, because they are pumping out too much heat/cooling and reach the thermostat's setting too quickly), which can shorten the life of the unit dramatically.

BTU - British thermal unit. This is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit. You'll see this measurement when you look at heating and cooling capacities - for example, your dealer may recommend a 75,000 Btu furnace and a 24,000 Btu air conditioner for your home.

Equipment Sizing: A good rule of thumb to size your home for the proper air conditioning tonnage is 500 sg feet per tone. A home with 1500 sg feet would need a 3-Ton system, 2000 sg feet a 4-Ton system, 2500 sg feet a 5-Ton system. If your home is designed differently than most and have more windows and more heat gain than most homes you will need to get you home sized by a professional for the correct tonnage.

A Note About Capacities: Gas furnaces are generally rated by "input" in Btu's per hour (Btuh). A furnace rated at 100,000 Btuh that is 80% efficient (80% AFUE) will have an output of 80,000 Btuh. In other words, 80% of the total heat produced by burning the gas will be in the form of usable heat to warm your home. The other 20% is exhausted from your house along with the flue products.
By the same token, a 100,000 Btuh furnace that is 90% efficient only sends 10% of the total heat out the chimney - thus burning less gas to get the same results and reducing your gas heating costs.

GPH - Gallons Per Hour. You might see this rating if you are looking at an oil furnace. In addition to input and output, an oil furnace also has a rating of gallons per hour, the volume of oil a furnace is capable of burning in 60 minutes.

A Note About Oil Furnaces: Many oil furnaces are dual rated. That is, they are listed with two different heating capacities. For example, your oil furnace might be rated as:

Input 140,000 Btuh Input 154,000 Btuh
Output 113,000 Btuh Output 125,000 Btuh
.85 gph 1.00 gph

This means that at the lower rating, the furnace is capable of producing 113,000 Btu's of usable heat per hour to heat your home. And, if it ran constantly for one hour, it would consume .85 gallons of oil. If, however, your dealer sets up your oil furnace to operate at the higher rating, it would produce 125,000 Btu's of usable heat per hour, and use 1.00 gallons of oil. Whether your oil furnace is set up by your dealer to operate at the higher or lower rating depends on that all-important Load Calculation. By properly sizing the furnace to your home, you will be assured of maximum comfort, energy savings and extended equipment life.

COP - Coefficient Of Performance. A ratio that compares a heat pump system's heating efficiency to that of electric resistance heat. For example, a heat pump system with a COP of 3.0 provides heat at 3 times the efficiency of electric resistance heat. A heat pump's system COP will decrease as outdoor temperatures drop, eventually providing little or no efficiency advantage over electric resistance heat - and that's when your auxiliary heat strips start to heat your home.

Ton - You'll often see this as a measurement of the capacity of an air conditioning system. Don't panic, it doesn't measure weight! Just like gas and oil furnaces, air conditioners and heat pumps are rated in Btu's. One ton of air conditioning is 12,000 Btu's per hour. This means that a "one ton" air conditioning system has the capability of removing 12,000 Btu's of heat per hour from your home.

A Note About Air Conditioning:
You've heard the saying "It's not the heat, it's the humidity." Air conditioning systems do more that just cool your home - they remove moisture. The more humid it is outside, the harder an air conditioner has to work. But does that mean that if you get a bigger unit, it will work better? NO. An air conditioning system that is too large will neither cool nor dehumidify properly, and the result will be an uncomfortable, clammy home.

Ambient Temperature
- this is the air temperature (usually the outdoor air temperature) surrounding the equipment.

Split System - This describes an air conditioning or heat pump system that is split into two sections - an outdoor section and an indoor section. It won't work without the outdoor section plus an indoor section to move the air.
Condensing Unit - This is the outdoor section of a split system air conditioning system. You'll know it best as the air conditioner that sits outside your home.

Air Handler - This is the indoor section of a split system. It can be a dedicated air handler, or could be your furnace. Also known as a fan-coil.

Indoor/Evaporator Coil - If your furnace is the air handler section of your split system, then you'll need an indoor coil added to your furnace to complete the system. The coil transfers heat to give you cool air and also aids in dehumidification.

Heat Pump - A unit that both cools and heats your home. A heat pump system can be either a split system or a packaged system. A heat pump can be used in conjunction with a gas/oil/LP furnace (using the furnace instead of electric resistance heat when temperatures fall below about 35 F) with the addition of a fossil fuel kit.

Packaged System
- Packaged units provide both heating and cooling from one unit that is placed outside the home - on the ground, on the roof, or sometimes mounted through the walls of the building. Packaged units come in several combinations of fuel sources - gas heat/electric cooling; heat pump; electric heat/electric cooling; oil heat/electric cooling.

 
1. Air Cleaners - http://www.epa.gov/iaq/pubs/airclean.html
2. Compressors - http://www.copeland-corp.com/cp_ac/cp_ac_5.htm
3. Air Filtration furnace filters
Air filtration is the first step in improving your indoor air. In today's indoor environments, pollution levels often exceed those in outdoor air.  Medical studies report that your respiratory system may have to eliminate up to two heaping tablespoons of particulate every day.  Dust, pollens, mold spores, animal dander, carpet lint, bacteria, rubber, and dust mite feces are some of the pollutants we inhale.  This results in sinus congestion, sore throats, asthma, allergies and many other symptoms.  We offer several pleated disposable filters and permanent electrostatic filters. Visit our Air Filtration department to choose from the many high efficiency pleated filters. If you need any help at all please e-mail us today, click here to Contact Us.
Higher Efficiency Pleated Air Filter Lasts Up To 3 Months
  • High Performance Disposable Air Filter
  • Traps "Allergy Triggers" Such As Pollen, Plant Spores, Pet Dander, Lint and Household Dust
  • 6 Times More Efficient Than Standard Disposable Types
  • Up To 95% Arrestance Of Independent Laboratory Test Dust
  • Pleated Material Provides More Than Twice The Effective Filtration Surface Area Of Most Other Filters
Disposable pleated air filters
Pleated Air Conditioning Filters outperform ordinary Air Conditioning and furnace filters and allow air-handling systems to stay cleaner and operate more efficiently.  These pleated filters are made with a cotton/poly blended media. These allergy filters are 6 times more effective at capturing micro particles than ordinary fiberglass filters.  Our 1", 2" & 4" deep pleated panel filters are made using 24-point beverage board. Each filter lasts up to 3 months
WE CAN MAKE ANY SIZE! Click here to Contact Us. between 7 and 10 business days.
 
4. http://www.residential.carrier.com/products/aircleaners/eac.htm
5.Changing Your Filter
A very useful routine to establish is to check your heating system before the start of the heating season. If it hasn't been serviced recently, begin the cold season by paying a pro to clean and tune the system. Most of the manuals that accompany furnaces, however, include a table of recommended maintenance chores and replacements to make as well as a schedule for when and how often they should be done. This is very useful information for a homeowner to have; maintaining your heating system on a regular basis can increase its efficiency and life. These manuals will also have schematics that will help you locate the parts to be serviced.

Some of the maintenance chores, such as replacing a dust filter as shown below, are relatively simple to do. This is one chore you'll probably remember to do if you have a forced-air heating system. If you don't, you'll eventually notice a reduction of airflow because a thick mat of collected dust is blocking it. You might not be aware of other filters, however. Some hot-air systems may have a filter on the return air grille, the oversized, centrally located, usually wall-mounted grille that returns cool air to the furnace for reheating. If an electronic air cleaner is added to the system, it's likely to have two filters - a wire-mesh grille for trapping larger particles of airborne debris, and electrostatic dust-collecting canisters. On most systems, the canisters are removable; you can pull them out of the cleaner and fit them in a dishwasher.

Oil-fired systems also have filters to replace. Just like a car engine, the furnace has a filter in the oil line designed to trap sludge and other impurities that can clog the spray nozzle. They are very helpful if the furnace kicks in soon after an oil delivery, which stirs up sludge from the bottom of the tank. A typical oil filter looks like a small canister attached to the oil feed line. The body of the canister unscrews to provide access to the removable filter cartridge inside. Because oil spills are smelly and difficult to clean up, put a pan beneath the filter (and wear rubber gloves) to make the change. Since systems vary from one to another, consult your service manual for help in locating and replacing this filter.

Before you work on any furnace make sure that the system is turned off and its power supply is interrupted. Remember that any furnace, even a gas-operated system, can appear to be off but can then be suddenly triggered into operation by the thermostat. If you do not feel comfortable working on a furnace, hire a professional.

 Safety Tips: Turn off electrical power to the furnace before changing the filter

Fig. 2

 


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1) Remove the Grille

Most furnaces have air-intake grilles that are easily removed. First, turn off the power supply to the furnace and then remove the grille, following the manufacturer's instructions. (Fig. 2)


Fig.3

 

2) Replace the Dust Filter
The most basic job, and one of the easiest, is to replace the dust filter. (Fig. 3) You may need to do this several times a year. Be sure to replace the old filter with a new one of the same size and type. While you're there you might want to gently vacuum out any dust that has collected around the filter area. Refer to the owner's manual for specific information. Always Install the furnace door before operating furnace.

 


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