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    swords thats a great idea!!!

    I just saw some of the A/C units at wally world for 69.99 I'll have to pick one up and see how well they work in the cali climate....

    You're just a typing load of information.. what great help!
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    Yeah he's a load...er, I mean yes he's very informative! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]
    We have these split, sideways-open-with-a-crank windows here that don't appear to have been made with a window AC unit in mind. You do need access to the outside to run one, right?


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    You can run an AC indoors .. however. You need to deal with the heat output which is quite a bit.. and the water dripping from the unit.


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    Tony,

    A little off subject, but do you know if that water as pure as some people say it is? I was thinking of Darlingtonia sitting below....

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    If the unit is kept fairly clean, I would expect the condensation water to be quite pure. While it may have a little dust in it and perhaps a trace of the metal the tubes are made of, it won't have any of the dissolved minerals found in ground water.

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