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Too noisy hard to watch tv or sleep

Any way to cut the noise level

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Raise the setpoint a couple of degrees, this will cut down on the noise of the compressor, put fan speed on low and that should cut down on blower noise.

Make sure you have some rubber pads underneath the unit and that should cutdown on vibration.

Posted on Jul 04, 2010

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