A dirty oven filter can cause some serious problems. It prevents air from flowing properly through the oven, resulting in a colder home. A clogged air filter prevents air from flowing from your house to the oven, causing the system to shut down instead of letting any of the components burn or break when it doesn't work as it should. This adversely affects airflow throughout the house and the HVAC system, leading to a lack of fresh air in the oven and causing the heat exchanger to become too hot and deactivated.
Dirty filters can also cause short cycling problems and make it difficult to maintain heat in your home. To avoid damaging the air conditioner compressor, we recommend replacing the clogged air filter before the summer season. The most significant damage a clogged air filter can cause to your home is damage to your oven. It can prevent the boiler from heating your home, and if your oven can't dissipate heat efficiently, it will heat up more and more until it reaches a specific temperature and shuts off.
An oven filter not only purifies the air, but it also keeps the internal mechanisms of your HVAC system working properly. Without an oven filter, dirt, dander and debris won't be removed from the air, which can be harmful to your health and that of your family. In addition, if you don't replace a clogged filter, it can wear out your heating system. Fortunately, these filters are easy to change, making it a quick and painless home maintenance task that dramatically improves oven airflow. If you suspect that your boiler is not working properly because you haven't changed the air filter, first check the kill switch and circuit breakers to make sure the boiler is actually turned on.
Consult your oven manual to determine what type, size and thickness of the filter you need for your home oven. Check the HVAC filter once a month to make sure it's not clogged, especially during the winter months of heavy use. Running an oven without a filter has almost the same side effects as using it with a dirty one. To ensure that the air in your home is safe to breathe, it's important to continuously replace the oven air filter to prevent dirt and debris from seeping into the air supply. Put the filter in place, making sure that the arrows on the frame point in the same direction as the previous filter. The fan performance of the heating and cooling system can have a major impact on your home's energy consumption.
The harder this fan has to work to attract air to the entire house, the higher your energy bills will be. In fact, a clogged filter can consume 15% more energy according to the Department of Energy. This inefficiency increases rapidly as the filter becomes increasingly clogged or until it is repaired. If you don't feel comfortable or don't have time to do it yourself, be sure to schedule regular maintenance service for your boiler and HVAC system, including replacing filters by a certified HVAC technician. You can change it to a stronger filter if you want to solve problems such as pollen and dander in your home. The internal oven fan is designed to expel air through the HVAC air filter to provide air to the entire house.