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Sunpentown WA-1410E 14000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Ionizer and UV Light

Sunpentown WA-1410E 14000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Ionizer and UV Light
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Apr, 2014

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Great A/C unit, bad hose.

 

If they gave us a real exhaust hose, and raised the drain plug up, this unit could be best-of-class (only one other standalone unit @ 14,000BTU and it got negatvie reviews) The unit draws a lot of power, when we put the UV/ionizer on it tripped our...

Powerful, cools alot of air ; Also doesn't drip *nearly* as much water as similar, even less powerful units due to the evaporative technology. Only when it is very humid does it drip at all

Short hose (5' I think) is bad, we lose cooling power by having to join 2 hoses together to get the hot air out ; The drain plug is about 2 inches off the ground, which leaves no room for anything other than a flat drain pan which is way too small...we...

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Great A/C unit, bad hose.

 

If they gave us a real exhaust hose, and raised the drain plug up, this unit could be best-of-class (only one other standalone unit @ 14,000BTU and it got negatvie reviews) The unit draws a lot of power, when we put the UV/ionizer on it tripped our...

Powerful, cools alot of air. Also doesn't drip *nearly* as much water as similar, even less powerful units due to the evaporative technology. Only when it is very humid does it drip at all.

Short hose (5' I think) is bad, we lose cooling power by having to join 2 hoses together to get the hot air out. The drain plug is about 2 inches off the ground, which leaves no room for anything other than a flat drain pan which is way too small...we...

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