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Old 12-24-2006, 07:03 PM   #1
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Hello! I'm wondering what would be the best filter to use on my forced air gas heating system. 100 yr. old house, 800 sq. ft., 10' high ceilings, wood floors, and a 100 pound Golden Retriever who sheds year round. He also carries in a lot of dirt. The furnace is a 1980 Carrier 95,000 BTU updraft. Thanx, Mike

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Pleated filters are always best, no matter what filter you use change it as needed.

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