Hi i was given this ac unit for my garden office but the im not sure how to use correctly i have installed the outlry water tube so it drains all the time and the outlet hose but i need the instrustion manual for it ? as i have no idea really what the thermostat does or what its for or how the unit works i have uploaded a photo of the control panel perhaps somone can enlighten me
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You probably have a 230 volt AC that uses a different plug. If you insist on using unit there you will need an electrician to run the correct wiring and install the correct female for your unit to operate.
If you think something is wrong with the air conditioner, you take it back to the store. No a new air conditioner should not vibrate violently. They are pretty quite, so take it back to the store, and exchange it for another one.
clean the filters and clean the condesor coil. You have an air flow problem or it may be low on charge which I doubt because these units are critically charged units. I would clean the coils and filters first.
Hi, yes you can put a window unit through a wall. Just make sure that the condensation will drain from the indoor coil to the out side which it should do on its own design. Also, make sure that the condenser coil at the rear of the unit is all out side. You will have no problems at all. You can use 2- peices of small chain at each corner and use small lag bolts to secure it to the wall. Looks better then to build a frame to set it on for support. Yes, they are made to install in either place.
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sounds like 1 of 2 problems. first, check the condensor coil for dust, dirt, lint on the inside of the unit. this is the coil thats on the back of the unit that is outside. it can be sprayed out with a garden hose. make sure the unit is unplugged and let it drain for a hour or so. if the coil is not dirty, then the unit has developed a freon leak and needs to be serviced.
looking at the standalone a/c the vet has in their office where I live, I noticed what they are using, its a dishwasher drain hose and you can get them at any hardware store, you will need a hose clamp for that also, the hardware store employee should be able to get the right clamp for you. Im in the united states but Im pretty sure dishwasher drain hoses are universal.