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[Equipment] Filter change time!
#51
Yep, well the picture that you posted of your used filter a while back looked like you use it as a filter on a diesel engine. Big Grin Big Grin

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PaytonA
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#52
Old house, high ceilings, rural area, dogs, cats = dust. We don't got dust bunnies. We got dust groundhogs. We don't often shut the bedroom door and I had to look behind it for my folding cane. Something fuzzy handed it to me.

Dyson vacuums are the best thing ever.
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#53
Next time point your Dyson at that fuzzy thing.
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