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Delonghi 11.000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner

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rmsalt


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I need to cool a small home office during the day. What kind of energy consumption/cost to run this unit around 4 hours a day?

flinsky


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Does anyone know how easy this is to install?

dipop


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Does this have to be vented to the outside? (Is there a vent tube or something of that nature?) Wanted it for a camper, but there is no way to vent it out.

spiek


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flinsky wrote:Does anyone know how easy this is to install?



You plug it in, put the hose out your window, turn it on, and get cool.

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mdrcoast


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Pair one of these with a generator and you have a comfortable bedroom post hurricane or any other power outage in the summer.

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dipop wrote:Does this have to be vented to the outside? (Is there a vent tube or something of that nature?) Wanted it for a camper, but there is no way to vent it out.


Yes, you need to vent the hot air out.


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amckenna23


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Would the vent tube work with a casement window?

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ThunderThighs wrote:Yes, you need to vent the hot air out.



achappell2


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Is this a 15 or 20 amp unit?

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amckenna23 wrote:Would the vent tube work with a casement window?

Depends on how the casement window opens, it is vertical or horizontal window kit that fits most windows.


achappell2 wrote:Is this a 15 or 20 amp unit?

Portable AC’s are the regular 110V plug on a 15 amp


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mdrcoast


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Just make sure the circuit where you plug it in, the breaker can handle can handle the load. I had to put in a new 20 AMP breaker when I bought the 1400 BTU model. My Older 1100 BTU was fine.

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amckenna23 wrote:Would the vent tube work with a casement window?



By the looks of the pictures, no, not without getting a plate custom made to cover the window. I don't know of any AC company that ships with Casement stuff in the box.

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My windows open by sliding left and right, not up and down. Will the venting system still work? Thanks!