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I have a 10000 btu model# lg1000er. the radiator unit on behind the dust screen keeps freezing if i put it on low temperture

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chances are you may need a bit of freon might have small leak on the flares

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SOURCE: just bought a kenmore 10000 btu window a/c unit - need to install

You CAN put it on the 3rd floor as long as you make sure it's completely secure. One thing I do recommend is building (or buying) a window unit shelf that sits outside the window and the air conditioner sits on it for extra support. The shelf is secured by the window frame.

There are many "how-to" guides to building a window unit shelf all over the internet.

I hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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Reasonalbe rule of thumb is a difference of 10 degrees Centigrade.

Charlie

Posted on Aug 18, 2009

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Part of the function of an air conditioner is to dehumidify the air in the room being cooled. The water dripping out the back is the water being removed from the air in your house.

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The unit should be angled back to the outside. The water will run thru a tube from the indoor coil to the outdoor coil, then most fan blades have a slinger on them that picks up the water and throws it on the out door coil, which makes it more efficient but after time the water and dust will pile up on the coil and require cleaning at some point. If you clean the coil you can extend the life of the unit quite a bit. So you may not get any water to drip outside.

Posted on Jul 02, 2011

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