I was telling you about how busy the streets have been with the parade in town.
- The best thing about this is that the churro wagon is here and I can get some hot cinnamon churros for a good price.
I will treat myself with a few of them as soon as I get the chores done around the house. The main thing I am working on today is the filter and getting it cleaned. Here is some more info on how to clean it for those who do it yourself. Clean the filter: If the filter is dirty but still in good condition, you can try cleaning it instead of replacing it. Use a vacuum cleaner or a soft brush to remove any dust and debris from the filter. If the filter is especially dirty, you can also wash it with soap and water and then let it air dry completely before reinstalling it. Reinstall the filter: Once the filter is clean and dry, carefully reinstall it in the filter compartment. Make sure that it is securely in place and that there are no gaps or leaks around the edges. Test the furnace: Finally, turn the furnace back on and test it to make sure that it is working properly. If you notice any problems with the furnace or the filter, it may be best to contact a professional HVAC technician to diagnose and repair the issue. In summary, repairing a furnace filter involves turning off the furnace, removing and cleaning the filter, and then reinstalling it. If the filter is damaged or worn out, it will need to be replaced instead of repaired. It’s important to maintain a clean and functioning filter to ensure the effectiveness and longevity of your furnace and HVAC system.