How do you check the air filter pressure on a thermostat?

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Depending on the filter type being used, you may need to poke a small hole in the filter with a scratch awl or thermostat screwdriver. Don’t worry about doing this. The media typically reseals itself. This method lets you see the air filter pressure drop on the manometer display.

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