What Size Air Conditioner Do I Need?

for a 10 x 15 room you would need a 6,000 BTU air conditioner. Take a look at the link below as it has a good chart to reference for different size rooms and what BTU size air conditioner you would need

1. Does a air conditioner use more electricity than a fan?

Yes because the voltage for an air conditioner is higher than for a fan

2. What could be wrong with my moms air-conditioner?

first... i would check for pin holes and or leakes in the lines second you should adjust the dampers to close off air flow to rooms that really dont need as much cooling/heating also...there could be blockage in the high or low lines i would also have the compressor checked! since it is a roof top unit it takes a real heat beating and the compressor may need a hard start

3. Why is my air conditioner work on hotness instead of coolness?

its not an air conditioner its a heater

4. Why is there a funny smell coming from my air conditioner?

Most of the above answers are true. You do have a mold or mildew problem. This is attirbuted by two things first and foremost, your current AC system is under performing the de-humidification within your home. Second, that humidity is becoming trapped within your ductwork. It will sit and stagnate and thus cause a mildewing of your system. When your system starts up again it then blows the mildew spores throught your home thus creating the smell. I would suggest a duct cleaning and even a maintenance check on your AC system

5. It is concerning my 1999 Chrysler Concorde LXI Air Conditioner?

Take it to a shop the clutch is activated through the ecm . So do not try testing the pressure switchs etc

6. A small air conditioner for a window that only opens 11" high?

I just bought a LG model LW5012 window air cond. it says it needs a 12 inch high opening but i squeezed it into a 11 1/4 opening, bought it at home depot

7. Can someone help me fix my air conditioner?

IT'S YOUR CAPACITOR! YOU DON'T NEED FREON. MY SON DOES THIS FOR A LIVING . YOU NEED A RUN CAPACITOR. IT OPERATES THE FAN, AND THE COMPRESSOR. IF THE CAPACITOR LOOKS SWOLLEN REPLACE IT WRITE THE WIRING DOWN OR CUT THE WIRES SO YOU KNOW HOW TO RE WIRE IT.. If not that it's the overload

8. does it hurt to use a ceiling & ocilating fan with a air conditioner?

kjh is correct .....circulating the air will complement you are a/c.....in fact you may find that with more air movement you can put you are a/c on a higher setting

9. why does my air conditioner seem to get "tired"?

We had this happen last summer and it was because of ice build up on the exterior of the lines in all the heat they were frozen. Once thawed (just a few minutes) they were fine again. Our solution was to clean the area aroound the air conditioning unit of debris and now all is well. .. hope this helps. Good Luck.

10. how can an air conditioner be powered by natural gas???

It uses an "adsorption refrigeration cycle".. see links

11. What can I do/get to keep my dog cool?

air conditioner?

12. Water dripping in the basement from the Air Conditioner copper pipes ?

You got ripped off by the repairman. This is condensation that builds up because of the cold pipe and the warm air. The best way to help prevent this is to completely insulate the piping in a good quaility foam insulation

13. Air conditioner doesn't always cut on.?

You may have a bad thermostat. For a step by step troubleshooting guide, check out the air conditioner page at my source

14. My Air Conditioner makes my breaker go off?

I would go along with daileyent. Turn the breaker off and see what lamps or radios go off so you know what to unplug that is drawing power from that circuit. Now, more power for the ac. Simple. Also, clean the filter.

15. How does the body make so much heat during a fever?

The body adjusts its temperature in much the same way that the thermostat in a house works. With a thermostat, people set the temperature they want, and the heating or cooling system clicks on until the inside of the house reaches the right temperature. After that, the heater or air conditioner clicks on and off automatically to keep the temperature in the house hovering around the desired temperature. nThe body's thermostat is located in the hypothalamus, a small part of the brain that also helps control hunger, thirst, pleasure, and pain. The thermostat, called the thermoregulatory center, normally keeps the body's temperature hovering around 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit (F) (37 degrees Centigrade). nLike a house, the body has sensors that tell the thermostat if the temperature inside is rising or falling. In the body, these sensors are cells located in the skin and in the brain itself If the sensors report that the body's temperature is rising, the body's cooling system clicks on, telling the cells to burn less fuel and produce less heat.nWith fever, the thermostat in the brain is reset to a higher temperature. Instead of keeping the body's temperature hovering around 98.6 degrees F, the body's heating and cooling systems may keep the temperature at 100 to 102 degrees F or even higher.nNormal temperature varies a bit from person to person and from morning to evening, making it hard to state precisely where normal ends and fever begins. How does the body make so much heat during a fever?

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