Here is how to replace an air conditioner filter in a home air-conditioning unit. This is a very easy do it yourself job. First, locate the air filter in the air conditioning cabinet, and make a note of which way the airflow arrow points, and the size of the filter. Buy a new air conditioner filter at any home-improvement store, and remove the old filter and replace it with the new filter, making sure that the new air conditioner air filter is right side up, and that it fits properly in your home air conditioning unit. Changing the air conditioner filter regularly keeps your air conditioning unit clean inside, making it last longer, and a clean filter allows more air to flow than a dirty filter does, so it is a good idea to replace your air filer regularly.

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24 thoughts on “Air Conditioner Filter Replacement

  1. Dorothy and Toto says:

    Thank you very much Hoohoohoblin. I have a older (very simular) air conditioning unit in my house. 32 years old. (Amana Air Command 80). Always wondering which way the arrow points. Now I know for sure. (UP). I have to bend the air filter to install it. Mine is very hard to install. Absolute pain. It takes 10 minutes of bending to install it. Thank you for the video. Have a nice day. Dorothy.

  2. Dave Forgot says:

    I have a spilt system. Will I find my Filter is roughly the same place. I took the took part off and saw no filters. I did not see anything when I looked done either. The bottom panel has different pipes attached to it. The pipes appear a bit rigid to move.

  3. Ivanp24 says:

    I always wondered why the filters have to be bent. It bothers me because then it doesn't truly sit flush anymore. The side that gets bent is always slightly lifted so I looked it up to see if there a magic way but apparently not lol

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