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Air condition first, i'm a total layman :-) and here's my question: does the air condiotion vaporizes on the outside part when i turn it to heat?

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When you turn on the heat all that happens is the compressor reverses itself so that the evaporator inside becomes the condenser and the condenser outside becomes the evaporator its called a heat pump. so yes the ac will take the humidity out of the air outside instead of inside. hope this helps

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I'm a confused ;) man, what in the world are you askn?

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