What was the need for the air conditioner?
To make vehicles, businesses and home more comfortable................
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Answer . More than likely. Ensure the outdoor unit is running and that the compressor is running. Also check your filter.
It depends on many factors, including the size of the room, how insulated it is, and what sources of heat gain are present.
If not found glued inside an access panel, one may be obtained from the manufacturer or possibly a service co.
Roughly 1 ton for every 400 sq feet if there are no abnormal heat gains. Get a Manual J load calculation done prior to purchase to be sure.
Ideally you should not use an air-conditioner at all. Air-conditioners are a large consumer of electricity and and push "peak load" in electricity networks driving the demand …for more electricity generation. A well designed "passive solar" house should not require the use of air-conditioners for maintaining comfortable internal summer temperatures
Yes. Due to their higher current requirements it is recommended that air conditioners be connected to their own dedicated circuit and thus have their own circuit breaker.
mine doesnt cause im a man and yours could also be diffrent from mine so it may or may not be diffrent
People in Florida need air conditioners because at times it gets to hot in Florida and they need to cool down, but it's to hot outside to go in the pool, or they don't know ho…w to swim.
Yes. Cold air generally comes out one end while hot air comes out the other. If you don't vent it, you could actually end up with a heater!
It depends on the size of the system. On average about two to four pounds.
When referring to tons in relation to air conditioning, it is a measure of cooling capacity. A 3 ton air conditioner has the cooling ability of 3 tons of ice. A general rule o…f thumb for typical construction is 500 square feet of floor space per ton, so a 3 ton unit could cool a 1500 square foot home.
You measure the volume of every room that needs to be cooled, add the effect of warm air entering through doors and windows, factor in the amount of insulation in the attic an…d in the walls, determine the average and the peak difference in temperature between inside and outside, and presto - you have enough information to run the calculations. Two tons is enough for my 2,200 square foot home in north Idaho with pretty good insulation, and a temperature average difference of 20 degrees and a 35 degrees peak, and double-glazed sealed windows.
An Air Conditioner needs the Type of "Refrigerant" that is stated on the (Identi-Plate) usually located near the condenser.
The undesired hot air needs to be put out of the room your trying to cool.
Depends on how warm it is is and how warm it gets. Some people do OK in high temperatures, others may overheat. You'll just have to try it and see how you feel.
The compressor is needed for the cooling of the air. This works the same way the compressor of a fridge or a freezer work. It uses the physical principle of a heat pump.
Depending on the amperage that your air conditioner pulls, it will require either anywhere from a 30a to a 50a dedicated circuit. Hope that answers your question.