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Window A/C maybe to small for the area, I need to know where you live in what state, lets have some more infor. on the unit and size of the area your cooling. Under sized Units are the biggest problem - People buy price and not the proper Unit for the room or the house .

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General btu size for AC is rated at 1 ton cooling per 500 square feet.
1 ton equals 12,000 btu.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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