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    Question Williamson 5 in 1 question

    Long shot here...
    When I moved into my "new" home, it came with one of these beasts of a HVAC unit in the basement.

    The air filter light never turns on, and from messing around with the cleaner...it no longer works.
    Are there any parts available to make the electronic air filter work on this?
    Or
    Best bet is to get a paper filter to fill in the gap?

    I would love to get the electronic filter working, just lack any experience to do so.

    Quite funny how this filter has the same technology that the ionic breeze filter has.

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    Made this its own thread, please don't post in other peoples threads, thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amishdude View Post
    Long shot here...
    When I moved into my "new" home, it came with one of these beasts of a HVAC unit in the basement.

    The air filter light never turns on, and from messing around with the cleaner...it no longer works.
    Are there any parts available to make the electronic air filter work on this?
    Or
    Best bet is to get a paper filter to fill in the gap?

    I would love to get the electronic filter working, just lack any experience to do so.

    Quite funny how this filter has the same technology that the ionic breeze filter has.
    it's very unlikely you will find parts for this thing, most people just get a disposable filter in there and start saving there money for a new furnace and a/c

    Good luck
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