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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A new unit will take a while for the pad to become wet and more efficient. Remember, there may be two switches: fan and water pump. The unit must be full of water and the pump ON to work correctly.
If the unit has a water pump only setting, run the pump without the fan for about 20 minutes. That will get the pads nice and wet and you should get a good result. A rule of thumb in the desert is 20 to 25 degrees of cooling compared to the ambient air.
Don't use a cooler in closed area. The cooler will simply act like a room humidifier. Use in an open garage or porch for the best result.
I hope that helps.
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Posted on May 31, 2009
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