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- General Filter 1A-30 Filter Replacement Cartridges
- Compatible with bio-fuel blends up through B100
- This Product is manufactured in United States
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General Filter 1A-30 Filter Replacement Cartridges Boiler system accessory Compatible with bio-fuel blends up through B100 General oil quality Durable and long lasting The GENERAL OIL Replacement Cartridge for 1A25B COMPLETE. Cartridge replacement includes the washers and gasket. This replacement filter is made of 10-micron wool felt.. This Product is manufactured in United States.
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I actually fixed my furnace by wiping the old filter element clean. It was covered in black goo. I just checked Amazon and found these filters at a really reasonable price so I just ordered 2 of them. The next time my furnace starts acting up I'm just going to replace that old filter with one of these new ones. When I described my problem to a furnace repair man he wanted $100 just to come out to take a look at my furnace. So, I just saved myself a lot of money. I also read that it's recommended to replace this filter once a season.
By the way. Because of the way my filter is mounted above the fuel line, when I removed the filter the fuel in the fuel line leaked back toward the fuel tank. When putting the filter back on I filled it with kerosene so that there wouldn't be any air in it but when I was done I aparently had a large air bubble in the fuel line. After about 20 seconds of the furnace running with no fire I remembered to press the burner reset button. The first time I pressed it the burner fired up for a few seconds then cut out. The second time I pressed it my burner lit back up and ran fine.