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Sticky Fingers We have a small frame house that we visit about every 3 months the last unit we had was stolen, is there a unit that isn't so incredibly heavy that will work and be able to take out of window and store each time we go to the house?

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Firstly, you must size the unit to cool the house, too big, it will freeze up, too small, will provide inadequate cooling.
Secondly, most new units come equipped with a theft deterrent installation kit, or you can get 1 from a service center. Other than booy-trapping the perimeter, there is not a whole lot you can do to prevent a determined thief from taking his desire.

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