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How big does the room have to be to cool with this model

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There are many things that need to be considered to properly answer this question. Number of windows, amount of insulation, direction the room faces and how high are the ceilings are just a few. Generally speaking (this is a guesstimate) you should be able to cool around 200 square feet.

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

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