Looking for a Ductless Air Conditioner with Heat Pump?

LG and mitsubishi sell them. probably a 1 and a half to a 2 ton will work. you will need the tech to do the work. it will need to be put in a vaccum and it takes a certain type adapter to fit the hoses onto the lines. the only problem that i have had out of them is replacing a board in the outside unit.

1. How to cool down a room?

You can cool down your room using air conditioner

2. Why is my car air conditioner only blowing semi-cold air?

Seeing as how it gets cooler at night, when the air is cooler, your condensor may not be cooling efficiently during the day or be dirty or blocked with debri. Try cleaning that with a water hose, it is located in front of the radiator and looks just like a radiator. If this does not help be sure the fans are cycling on and off along with the compressor. If none of this helps you may be low on freon

3. difference between air conditioner and air cooler?

An air cooler simply cools the temperature of the air. An air conditioner not only cools the air, but also takes moisture out of the air by lowering the air to its dewpoint and condensing the water out. So it cools the air and dries the air as well.

4. Can someone help me with a leaky air conditioner?

That water in the pan has a drain line that goes to the outside of the house. The line is clogged with most likely mold. Find the hole where the water is suppose to drain out and unclog it. Go outside and find the drain pipe that drips out onto the grass and check that it is not plugged up. Pour a solution of bleach down the pipe to clean it out after you clear the clog

5. Does a window air conditioner emit dangerous gases?

wow - unless your ac unit is on fire, then you do not have to worry about carbon dioxide, which is a byproduct of combustion! are you worried about your refrigerator too?! its the same thing

6. Installing window air conditioner into metal window?

Support is always better than no support. Will the AC unit fall out your window without support, probably not but why take a chance. I would but a support under the unit if you can

7. Waterdrops on my air conditioner

Get a piece of outdoor/indoor carpet and place it on top of your unit. Not only will keep the noise down but your a/c will work better. Air conditioning works better in a cool damp metal box than in a hot dry metal box.

8. i got a kenmore air conditioner model # 580.76129300. do i have to change a filter on it?

Is it a window or through the wall unit, or a central air conditioner? Whichever it is, yes there should be a filter, but the location of the filter depends on the type of unit

9. size of air conditioner for a room?

if you get all the parts for about........................ tree fiddy. ill put it in for about 5 dollars

10. Is there a way to use window air conditioner in a room with no windows?

I agree with Jaz, there are units to be used when when renting apartments, camping and other places like basements, so keep looking and good luck

11. Why won't my air conditioner cool properly during the hot day anymore??

You overstressed the motor and burned it out. In the future, either open the windows or run the A/C but never at the same time

12. air conditioner freezing up?

Most likely the airflow issues have been addressed by the jack-leg so that's probably not the cause. The unit can also freeze up when low on refrigerant. This would need to be determined by a qualified tech so insist on a professional.

13. what makes a window air conditioner make noise?

Air conditioners have one fan motor to blow air interior the domicile, probably yet another to blow air exterior the domicile, and yet another motor interior the compressor unit that does the toughest component to circulating freon by using coils under tension. Is sounds as though the motor blowing air for interior the home is nice given which you are saying the AC is blowing air. If the motor for the compressor, or the compressor itself is going undesirable, it is going to use intense modern-day reason your lights to dim till the thermal overload protection for the compressor heats adequate to coach it off. as quickly because it turns off, the fan motor maintains to run and your place lights brighten back to widely used. Have an HVAC tech examine it out. If the compressor is undesirable, examine the guaranty. maximum AC compressors are certain for 5 years.

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