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# Does this unit have capity for an 1000 sq ft room? what is this unit?

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Input is 30,000 Btu's. Output is probably 20% less. You should expect 15 Btu's per square foot. I would say you are fine, but not knowing where on planet earth you are so anyone would be guessing.

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