Question about Amana Haier AP095R Air Conditioner
Thanks for your answer. But, I still have to question why the unit is turning itself off a hot, humid day--it never did this last summer. And, since it's a portable unit with a "unique design" that is supposed to evaporate water (hence, no hose out of a window), why is so much water in the unit? I really do think something is wrong. Thanks again for your help!
If you stop and think about it, where is the humidity going from that evaporating water. Right back in your house maybe?
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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