How To Find and Replace Your Lennox X6675 Furnace Filter
Here are the step by step instructions on how to replace your old, dirty Lennox Healthy Climate X6675 furnace filter. There are no tools needed for this job, and it should only take 5 minutes or less!
1.) Locate your HCC20-28 (X6661) filter cabinet, it should be next to your furnace or air handler
2.) Unwrap your Lennox X6675 air filter
3.) Pull on the handle of the cabinet’s front panel to remove
4.) Slide the filter out using the cardboard handles
5.) Insert new filter, making sure that the air flow arrows are pointed toward your furnace or air handler
6.) Make a reminder to replace the filter in 9 – 12 months
Your Lennox Healthy Climate X6675 furnace filter needs to be replaced on a regular basis – it isn’t designed to last forever! There are several reasons why regular filter changes are essential, including:
- Replacing your Lennox Healthy Climate X6675 furnace filter will keep your indoor air cleaner. When the Lennox Healthy Climate X6675 becomes dirty (surface appears grey or brown and looks fuzzy), it has no surface area available to remove more contaminants. Filters trap contaminants on their surface. When you replace your Lennox Healthy Climate X6675, you’re essentially reupping your system’s ability to remove contaminants, leaving you with cleaner air!
- Replacing your Lennox Healthy Climate X6675 furnace filter protects your heating and cooling equipment. Your Lennox Healthy Climate X6675 furnace filter has two jobs here: removes airborne contaminants to keep them away from system components, and ensures the HVAC system receives adequate airflow. When your filter is dirty, your furnace or air handler will become dirty. They also won’t get the airflow they need. These two filter-related issues cause your systems to overwork and expend more energy. This can cause breakdowns and lessen the service life of your equipment.
- Replacing your Lennox Healthy Climate X6675 furnace filter helps you keep living areas clean. If contaminants aren’t removed by the filter (because it’s too dirty to do the job), they’ll pass back into your living areas, settling on surfaces and making your home appear dirtier. Keep your filter changed to cut back on household chores!
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