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Use of amcor 9000 air conditioner

Can I use this machine in a small room (10' x 12.5') without using the exhaust hose ?

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No because you would be putting the heat right back in just as fast as you take it out.

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Have you cleared out the drainage hoses? They may be backed up.
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Blows room temperature air


Hello
Welcome to fixya.
I'm Huuum and happy to assist you

The air conditioning
unit works, but does
not cool the room

• window open
• there are heat sources in the room (burner,
lamp, etc)
• the exhaust hose is detached
• air filters clogged
• Inadequate size of the room (too large)
• close the window
• eliminate the heat source
• connect the exhaust hose
• clean or replace the filters
If all this dose not remedy the problem then you need to see service!

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Thank you

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