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Plumbing & HVAC Maintenance : How to Determine the Air Flow Direction for a Furnace Filter

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Published on Jan 26, 2012

It's important to determine the airflow direction for a furnace filter so that it works properly, and installation simply requires setting up the filter to allow air to move in and out. Recognize the airflow pattern on a furnace filter with help from a plumber and HVAC tech in this free video on furnace filters.

Expert: Shawn Kenny
Bio: Shawn Kenny is a licensed plumber and the lead HVAC tech with his family business, Westfall Plumbing & Heating.
Filmmaker: Dan Kenny

Series Description: The amount of money a plumber makes depends on their location, their experience and whether they are union or non-union. Find out how a plumber can work their way up to earning $30 or $40 an hour with help from a plumber and HVAC tech in this free video series on plumbing and HVAC maintenance.

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