I didn't feel it was necessary to ask this client how often they checked the furnace filter.

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My vote for this month's winner goes to Doug Pearl.

Ewwww...! That must smell like dust mite poop!

You mean you don't "love the smell of dust mite poop in the morning!" 

You didn't actually find a filter did you? 

Great pics!

Yes I did! it was laying on the floor. Looked like it had been there a while.

That's awesomely ugly! Thanks for sharing!

most mobile homes look like blanket.  If the squial cage looks like this so does the AC coil.   Look at the return air ducts - If I can pop the end cap put some light and see the dirt and fiber.     I found one return so dirty like the photo most came from the attic fiber glass fibers.   I ask where is the filter?   I also like to find the return path some are in building  

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