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  1. #1
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    just bought a home to fix up and...

    its got a older furnace in it snyder general model no. GC 430075-12M
    when i get here the furnace has no filters in it.. i put one on the intake from the ceiling but i think it is suppose to have two inside above the blower.. what size goes in there? they look like they set \/... or give me a like to a owners manual.. thanks.

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    If the return in the ceiling is the only return you have. Don't put any filters in the filter bracket of the furnace.
    It will restrict air flow and shorten the furnaces life span.
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  3. #3
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    dont worry about filters inside the unit if its filtered at the wall/ceiling.anymore will clog it up.

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