The outdoor portion of the central ac unit is what gives up the heat from indoors, so it has to be outside. For a more thorough explanation see the question: How does air conditioning work.
A split air conditioner is a unit where the condensing unit is outside and the evaporator is inside.
An air conditioner uses refrigerant to transfer heat from one place to another, such as from inside the home to the outside.
It changes based on vehicle, outside temp, and desired inside temp. Pressuse depends on ambient temperature, the higher the temp, the greater the pressure
Inside or outside?
If your air conditioner is running outside by not blowing cold air inside through your vent, your indoor coil is frozen. You will need to turn everything off and allow the unit to thaw out.
Whatever temperature you are comfortable, 78 F is recommended by utilities in summer.
dead mouse inside the furnace
When air is cooled the water in it comes out (like mist forming on the outside of a class filled with cold coke) and this happens in the air conditioner. Normally the dripping water is drained way to the outside (or a drain) by a pipe. If the pipe gets blocked the water will overflow and the conditioner will leak water - get it serviced.
No it is on the inside
you might need freon in the air condition.
Depending on the the out side temperature even when the air conditioner sits idle, the refrigerant inside the air conditioner is changing from a liquid to a vapor .
Inside or outside?
Basically the freezer does work to keep the inside at a lower temperature than outside. The coolant is compressed, and uses absorbed heat to expand again.
70°; the same as outside.
28 degrees Celsius
Inside the tank as it is for you to see the water temperature.
Your inside blower motor is most likely bad and if not then check the capacitors and the wiring, but I would go with the blower.....
Still 54 degrees if the 18 degree drop is inside!
inside when its outside is outside because inside is outside answer = outsidesame with outside being inside answer = inside
Outside temperature is largely immaterial. It is really the difference between the temperature inside and outside of the balloon envelope that generates the lift. If both are exactly the same, then the balloon will simply fall under gravity -- it has no buoyancy. As the inside temperature increases, so does its buoyancy. Eventually, the difference will be sufficient to overcome gravity, and the greater the difference, the faster it will rise. When the optimum altitude is achieved, the air inside is allowed to cool to an optimum level to maintain that altitude; the optimum temperature will vary according to the outside temperature and the weight of the balloon. The outside temperature will vary according to altitude, as will air pressure outside of the balloon, therefore there is no single answer to the question. It is the difference in temperature that is important, not the actual temperature.
It is 31 degrees higher.
Because igloose are made up of ice.