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Old 10-19-2011, 02:22 PM   #1
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Question New A/C Filter?

Where do you purchase your a/c filter? I just opened our a/c and the filter was filthy . Tried to rinse it with water and it just dissolved into pieces . I have the original roof air conditioner that came with my 2005 Sunline Solaris T-2363. Anyone have a part number or link where I can purchase a new filter? Thanks!!
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Perfect!! Just what I needed. Thanks!!
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You could probably get some filter material at Home Depot or Lowes and cut your own. If your filter looks like what I suspect, it's just rectangular and would be easy to replicate.

I'm surprised it did disintegrate though. I cleaned the one in my '94 a couple times and it was still like new. Put it under running water and scrubbed it with my hands and some soap.
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