Question about Continental Electric Portable Air Conditioner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unless your home is less than 400 square feet, total. You are expecting to much. As the maximum cooling output is only 9800 Btu's These unit's despite being portable, they are only considered as room air conditioners, because of the low Btu output. Any more than 400 and maybe 450 square, it's a struggle for the unit to cool any more than that. It just simply can not do it. Freon ( which has been banded by the EPA) wouldn't help at all.
The best option for you, is to place the unit in a room you spend most of your time in and close the doors to that room, so that it will stay really cool and the AC unit won't struggle.
I'm really sorry. I wish I had better news for you.
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
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