Amana portable A/C: shop limitations, inneresting thermodynamics....

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Ya think mebbe, just mebbe, that the unit was not designed for use in a harsh environment such as a shop.
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Ya think mebbe, just mebbe, that the unit was not designed for use in a harsh environment such as a shop.
============================================== Ya think mebbe, just mebbe, you missed the point?
The design of these units is a setup for dirt-induced failure regardless of the environment. In a shop environment like mine, mebbe a year; in a home, with dogs/cats, mebbe 4 years.
The point is, to not put a replaceable filter on the evaporator coils is basically a set-up of the consumer, esp. when the cooling coil filter is so readily changeable/washable, leading the user to believe they are maintaining the unit properly.
In fact, without an evaporator coil filter, there was no real point in even supplying a coiling coil filter at all!
Ya think mebbe, just mebbe, you get it *now*?
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