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Room air conditioner model LG GWHD5000

Hi, Does the air conditioner get cooler on higher # settings or lower.

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The higher the setting the warmer it will be.

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THE AIR IS COLD BUT ONLY AT THE VENT FAN DOES NOT BLOW HIGH ENOUGH


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