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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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,
but a wall mount has to have about 6 to 8 " clearing before the intakes vents can be exposed. you can't have your intakes buried in the wall.
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
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
SOURCE: I need to replace a
As long as it fit inside the wall , go smaller and close the hole, or slide the new unit in the old case. & sealthe loose ends . or keep callng around..
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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