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I have a Freidrich zq10a10 installed thru the wall. They no longer make a model that fits this case. Any ideas for a replacement that doesn't involve tearing down the wall? The only unit I found that fits is discontinued Goldstar Dimensions: Sleeve Type: Q2 Height: 13 7/8" Width: 18 1/2" Depth W/Front: 20 11/16" Thanks

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If a sleeve came with it then it should be used unless you are replacing a unit and the existing sleeve is properly mounted. Then sleeve should have a slight backward angle so that condensation does not drain into the living space.

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window mount doesn't have to extend out on the back to clear the side /top intake vents because a window is about 2" thick,
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in short if you see about 8 " of dead metal in the center area (just behind the window sill) then you can mount it in a wall as it will protrude far enough to clear the side /top intakes.


a sleeve just gives you a way to balance / attach to the outside wall

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