Question about Midea Heating & Cooling
This means that they only want one outlet on that circuit, the one for the A/C....but if you are only running the A/C on a circuit and nothing on the other outlets you will be okay...they just do not want you to overload the circuit and cause a fire...
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Today, most circuits are protected with a 15 amp circuit breaker, which can usually handle only a 5,000. or 6,000 btu unit. The next size up it often a 7,500 unit, and that is a lot for a 15 amp circuit .Some older homes have a 20 amp circuit breaker, which can handle up to a 8,000 btu a/c.
Before you start a fire in your house, have an electrician check all this, and see what is going on.
One reason I am talking about such small a/c units it that usually, household electrical circuits have other loads on them besides the a/c.
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