Model #H9MPT100J16C1 ICP Furnace/Heater, Gas

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Q:

Can I substitute another type of furnace filter of comparable size?

A:



I thought this was going to be an easy question to answer until I started digging to find you a correct part number. I found out from the manufacture of the furnace (ICP), that the company supplying their filters was destroyed by hurricane Katrina and is not back in business. There were two types of filters, one was a disposable and one was washable. The disposable was discontinued and all the washable filter stock has been depleted and none are available.

The filter size is 16x25x(.5) the .5 filter is hard to find, as I have now found out. All the filters I can find are 1 inch thick. The 16x25x1 filter is available at numerous supply stores. You can try a 1-inch filter to see if it will fit into the filter tracks. Be sure to choose a filter that has a low filtration number on the package. If the filter restricts airflow too much it will affect the efficiency by reducing the air flow from the vents.

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Sears Technician
March 02, 2008
Q:

How do I find a filter for my furnace?

A:



I thought this was going to be an easy question to answer until I started digging to find you a correct part number. I found out from the manufacturer of the furnace (ICP), that the company supplying their filters was destroyed by hurricane Katrina and is not back in business. There were two types of filters, one was a disposable and one was washable. The disposable was discontinued and all the washable filter stock has been depleted and none are available.

The filter size is 16x25x(.5) the .5 filter is hard to find, as I have now found out. All the filters I can find are 1 inch thick. The 16x25x1 filter is available at numerous supply stores. You can try a 1-inch filter to see if it will fit into the filter tracks. Be sure to choose a filter that has a low filtration number on the package. If the filter restricts airflow too much it will affect the efficiency by reducing the air flow from the vents.

Read More
expert -
Sears Technician
February 20, 2008