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    Jan 2011
    greenville , sc
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    Quote Originally Posted by shamgar View Post
    Shouldn't the suction line filter be replaced within 24 hours of the initial installation of said filter?
    no! , not necessarily i usually let it run for a week then return to check it over and see how the filter/dryer looks .... also there are different types of filter/dryers but their behaviors are the same remove ( capture, absorb) moisture and particles in the system. and they should always be changed because like a sponge they can only do their job to certain capacity.
    Last edited by; 10-08-2011 at 10:05 PM. Reason: amended for clarification
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