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After the furnace has been switched on for a month or two, filters can clog with dust, making your home heating system less effective and making the air you breathe less fresh than it should be. Clogged furnace filters reduce airflow to the furnace, forcing its motor to work harder. A good rule is to replace the filters at the start of every new season to keep both indoor air quality—and your furnace—in top shape.
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