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Hot Air doesn't seem to cool

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I am assuming it's turned on, and plugged into electricity, but at that point I have no idea what you are doing to try to cool the air, as in, what settings do you have it on?
Does the front indicator panel, led lights, have any signals indicated?
Are you exhausting air out of the room, and using both exhausts?
Are the exhaust lines straight? Pointed upward or downward? Sideways kinked?
Are there Hard S's in the exhaust lines that would cause backup of air flow?
Has a family of small penguins (very small) moved into the exhaust hoses, thereby blocking flow?
What is the actual temperature before use, and during use after a given amount of time and at what is the outside ambient temperature?
Did You lay it down or sideways before turning it on, or has it always been in the upright position?
Is the filter clean?
Have you cleared out the drainage hoses? They may be backed up.
Are your vents open?

Air in, air out.


try leveling or having the exhaust hoses point down and not up to exhaust.


Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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