Question about Tower Aloha Breeze Fan
You can not make the air coming out of a fan any cooler, as all a fan is doing is circulating air, (creating a breeze) which in turn makes you feel a little cooler. And no, do not pour water into your fan! Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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It probably shut off on high pressure. Let it cool down, plug your hole that you drilled and give it another try. The water is suppose to collect there and the fan is suppose to throw it into the condenser to keep it cooler and make it run more efficiently. Good Luck,
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