Question:
Is there a filter that needs to be changed on the Amana Air Command 90?

Answer:
Yes, there are filters that need to be changed in the Amana Air Command 90. See the chart below for the filters that fit your unit based on its cabinet width and air flow.

Furnace Filters for the Amana Air Command 90

Air Flow ConfigurationCabinet WidthFilters
All16-1/2″1 14x25x1
filter

 

(bottom air return)

Downflow16-1/2″2 20x20x1
filters
2 25x20x1
filters
All20-1/2″1 16x25x1
filter

 

(bottom air return)

Downflow20-1/2″2 20x20x1
filters
2 25x20x1
filters
All24-1/2″1 20x25x1
filter

 

(bottom air return)

Downflow24-1/2″2 20x20x1
filters
2 25x20x1
filters
AllAll1 16x25x1
filter

 

(side air return)

Question:
Where is the filter for the Amana Air Command 90?

Answer:
There should be two locations for the Amana Air Command 90. The bottom filter is located at the bottom of the furnace in the back. The side filter is located on the side, possibly in an external filter rack.

Question:
How to get into the Amana Air Command 90 to change the filter?

Answer:
Depending on the type of air flow configuration your Amana Air Command 90 is will determine the filter location and how to get to it. In some upflow models the filter is located in a filter rack attached to the outside of the unit.
For counterflow models a ductwork access door will lead to a filter. For the correct filter size see the chart below which corresponds to your air flow configuration and width of the unit. !

Depending on the type of air flow configuration of your Amana Air Command 90 the air filter may not be found in the furnace unit itself. Filters can also be installed in a side panel external filter rack kit (upflow only).

Question:
What size filters do I need for an Amana AMH95 furnace?

Answer:
The filter you need depends on both the configuration of the furnace
and the width of your furnace’s cabinet. See the chart below.

Furnace Filters for the Amana AMH95

Air Flow ConfigurationCabinet WidthFilters
All14″1 14x25x1
filter

 

(bottom air return)

All17-1/2″1 14x25x1
filter

 

(bottom air return)

All21″1 16x25x1
filter

 

(bottom air return)

All24-1/2″1 20x25x1
filter

 

(bottom air return)

AllAll1 16x25x1
filter

 

(side air return)

Question:
Where is the filter for the Amama AMH95 and how do I change it?

Answer:
The filter location for the Amana AMH95 depends on the air flow configuration of your unit. If your unit is an upflow model, then the filter is located at the bottom and side of your filter cabinet. If your unit is a downflow model, then the filter is located in the ductwork. See the chart below for the correct replacement filter for your unit, the chart corresponds to the width of your filter cabinet.

Question:
How often do you need to change the filter on the Amana AMVC95?

Answer:
Generally, air filters should be changed or cleaned every few months, before the filter begins to fill with dust and particles.

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