This is really the only thing you can mess up when doing a filter substitutement, short of purchasing the wrong filter from the store
My adolescents are attractive, however they’re still studying a lot of hard and pressing life lessons. You have to allow your children to make their own mistakes because mistakes are often the most powerful teaching moments. What better way to learn how to do something right than to do it wrong and see why? This is pressing when you teach someone how to cook. You can’t just do everything for them and then ask them to watch you; instead, you have to hand them the spatula and let them do the labor themselves. It’s perfect because they’ll learn regardless of whether they fail or succeed. Failure will show them what they’re doing wrong, while an unexpected success will encourage them to keep doing certain things right. When I wanted to show our seven-year-old how to change out the cooling system filter, I first did it myself so she could see how it’s done. Then I handed him the filter and asked him to do it in front of me. Since it’s such an easy job, our child was able to complete it on the first try. You just have to pay attention to the little arrows on the edge of the filters to show you which direction the air flow goes in. You have to put the filter in the right direction to match the air flow of the Heating, Ventilation and A/C plan itself. This is really the only thing you can mess up when doing a filter substitutement, short of purchasing the wrong filter from the store. I am happy that our child is proud of himself for studying how to substitute the cooling system filter.