Question about Haier Air Conditioners
replace the hose with a insulated housing hose. like the ones in your attic.
though you have to buy it in 25 ft sections.
or wrap that hose in insulation.
and putting a strong fan at the end of the hose will help it **** out the heat. then you can run the hose further away.where you won't hear the additional fan.
the best is just forget the portable and sell it .
they **** energy and provide little relief.
a window or wall unit produces much better air flow and btu power.
that portable is for folks who work in a hot garage area ,not for cooling a room at all.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
SOURCE: exhaust hose
i could not find that model number on the haier website www.haieramerica.com you can get the manuals and parts list there. you dont need the haier hose however lowes and home depot sell what im guessing is three or four inch hose that you can use say a dryer vent flex hose or alumaflex hose to connect this unit. unless you are going for the looks.
Posted on May 31, 2009
there are 3 drain holes in the primary pan right underneath the evaporator that need to be clean with a pipe cleaner or a wire of somekind and there is also a secondary drain behind it that will work only if the unit is 100% level. To access the primary drain pan you have to take all the screws of the back cover 5 on each side and 3 in the center above the electric cord and behind the air filter and only then will you be able to see these very small holes. Use a flashlight to make sure. Have fun!Reply
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
Check the flame sensor. Its a little rod that sticks out into the flame of the furnace. Shut off the power to the furnace and lightly scrape or sand it, then see how it works.
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Haier Commercial
Mark, the two hoses serve different functions (Fresh Air Intake & Hot Air Exhaust). Therefore, they would have to remain separate. Also, Haier does not recommend extending the length of the hoses, to accommodate a specific change in installation. And yes, they can be vented through a wall to the outside. But, you would need to use something similar to a clothes dryer vent termination on the outside. Most exterior dryer vent terminations have insect screening and a flap door that opens when air from the dryer pushes it open. This would be fine for the exhaust hose, but not the Air Intake Hose. I guess if you could carefully remove the flap door. it could be used on the Air Intake hose. Also, keep in mind that the unit requires a minimum of one foot air space clearance off the back of the unit, for proper air circulation around the unit. If clothes will be hanging in this closet, that may present an air circulation issue.
Hope this helped you, please let me know. Thanks.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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