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Delonghi 12.000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner

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Wooter704479821


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Not why a hose is included with a "no drip" system. Any ideas?

dixibelle


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Wooter704479821 wrote:Not why a hose is included with a "no drip" system. Any ideas?



The hot air has to vent out somewhere. The hose should be the vent hose which will need to be vented out a window (it also comes with the window venting kit)

eddard


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dixibelle wrote:The hot air has to vent out somewhere. The hose should be the vent hose which will need to be vented out a window (it also comes with the window venting kit)


Dixibelle is right.
We bought the 12,000 btu unit here on Woot a couple of years ago for our sun room. It does an excellent job keeping it cool and does an ok job heating. We bought it primarily for cooling so the heat is just a bonus. This is an excellent price.
It also will operate as a dehumidifier. We haven't really tried that function.

janileigh


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Does the window kit work with windows that open horizontally?

richardjdoherty


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Which Delonghi model number is this?

manlapig


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richardjdoherty wrote:Which Delonghi model number is this?



Here you go: PACAN125HPEKC

eddard


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janileigh wrote:Does the window kit work with windows that open horizontally?



According to the manual, it's supposed to. I have not tried it. The manual is online for download.

djames42


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I've got the 12,000 BTU version of this from Costco. It's a bit noisy, but I was able to sleep through it just fine (better than I was able to sleep in the heat). I used it in a medium-sized master bedroom and it dropped the temp from at least 90º to a comfortable sub-70º in about 30 minutes.

I'd buy this again if I didn't now live in a house with central air.

mneely84


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Yo! Since when is 70lbs for a portable air conditioner make it portable?

disturbed1115


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what would be the approximate cost per hour to run this on A/C mode?

radi0j0hn


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mneely84 wrote:Yo! Since when is 70lbs for a portable air conditioner make it portable?



Since you can roll it from room to room as needed.

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