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Old 02-13-2019, 09:47 AM   #1
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Furnace Air Filter

Does a 2015 Sunseeker 2800 QS have a furnace air return filter? If so, where is it located and how to get to it to clean/replace?
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Old 02-13-2019, 09:54 AM   #2
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Does a 2015 Sunseeker 2800 QS have a furnace air return filter? If so, where is it located and how to get to it to clean/replace?
I don't know what type of furnace you have and I know I don't have the same unit as you do... but my furnace has NO return air filter and I've many others on here saying they don't have one.
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I donít believe the RV industry believes in furnace filter designs.....

So just sit back and breathe deep.
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OK, thanks for the response
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It has to do with air flow, that's why no filter. How often do you remember to change the one at home?
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I have looked for a residential filter register but no luck. If you come up with something, please share.
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It has to do with air flow, that's why no filter. How often do you remember to change the one at home?
I have an electric filter pad at home that I take out and clean every 2 months. It catches everything.
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It has to do with air flow, that's why no filter. How often do you remember to change the one at home?
Every month.
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If you install a filter on your rv furnace cold air return you will have reduced volume of return air. It could cause your furnace to overheat, cycle on/off frequently, or run continuously trying to reach the thermostat's set temperature. The return grill would need to be enlarged to compensate for the reduced air flow.
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It has to do with air flow, that's why no filter. How often do you remember to change the one at home?

Never, I have hot water radiant heat. My bathroom is heated by the water routed in the rim of the bathtub. Put my feet on the tub rim when they're cold in early morning.

DW wants a different tub, I had to explain why it would be an expensive job.
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It has to do with air flow, that's why no filter. How often do you remember to change the one at home?
This was just a statement! Not at all looking for answers simply that an RV heater is different then your home and may/could cause an aid flow problem with the RV heater.
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