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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, it does require you to pour water into it from the back opening (where the aspen pad is located). I have one myself it works well on days up to 35degrees, the other temperatures higher it just acts as a spot cooler.
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Posted on Jan 07, 2010
SOURCE: i have an evaporative cooler:
Hi and welcome to FixYa. The principle of operation of an evaporative cooler is to provide cooler air via evaporation. The evaporation process is achieved by water being pumped over very porous pads with air is drawn through the pads. Most all evaporative coolers unless connected with a centralized heat / cool system only have an on / off & cool function. "On" is fan only (air circulation while using outside air being drawn into the home) and "cool" turns on the pump to pump water over the pads for evaporative cooling. Hopefully I did not confuse you with my answer.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2011
SOURCE: I have a bonaire VSM65
Check the Room Thermostat Temperature Setting: Set the thermostat to at least 5 degrees below room temperature.
Check that the Room Thermostat is set to "Cool" not "Off" or "Heat". If the thermostat is not set to "cool" it is simply turning off your A/C.
Check that electricity is on for the equipment. Check all switches and controls, including service switches, including outside by the compressor, inside at the air handler, and fuses or circuit breakers in the electrical panel.
For example, condensate spilling into an overflow pan that uses a sensor switch can be enough to shut down your air conditioner. There are several switches and controls, both manual and automatic that can leave an air conditioner or heat pump turned "off" such as a blower compartment door interlock safety switch, an electric motor overload or overheat switches, and a condensate tray spillage detector switch.
Go to AC HEAT PUMP CONTROL AND SWITCHES to be sure you have found and checked every manual or automatic electrical switch on the system. A bad or failed starter capacitor could also be leaving your system shut down, failing to start a blower, fan, or compressor motor.
If the air conditioning system is still not working, or if the A/C system is running but cool air is not coming out of the supply registers you probably need to call a service technician.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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