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Is this thing working?

It won't cool below 90. It's worse than a fan. The air is not cool and I can't find the manual. I think I did not install it correctly. Do I have to put ice in that tray? Because that tray is empty. Even after using it for 3 days. I recently found this tube with water in it. I released it and still nothing. The air coming out is hot not cool or cold. Please email hibiscus246@gmail.com

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I had the same problem...I was going to get rid of the unit...I notice that tha red light on the little screen on the top was on...then I closed the tray (all this time I though it was closed) all the way and the red light went off and the unit started cooling! I hope this may help you.

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