Casement window air conditioner question

I am looking for a casement window air conditioner. I have Andersen crank out windows. 25" w x 43" high. I haven't been able to find a casement air conditioner to fit the width. They all seem to be about 15" wide and don't seem to have the adjustable sides that the standard window a/c's have. I know I can get a kit to adjust the height, but how do I make it fit the width?
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If I understand you correctly that your windows are 25" wide, then you should not need a casement unit- a regular one should fit. The casement units serve a specific purpose (limited market), and thus are harder to find, only made in a couple of capacities, and are much more expensive. If for some reason you want/need to use a casement unit, you can just make your own filler panels out of plywood, masonite, or whatever. Those plastic sliding fillers are pretty flimsy anyway, and usually are pretty well deterioatedafter a couple of years. Good luck Larry
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ctlaltdel wrote:

You can buy small split A/C systems' with the condenser outside. - udarrell
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Air Conditioning\'s Affordable Path to the "Human Comfort Zone Goal"
http://www.udarrell.com/air-conditioning-total-heat-enthalpy-latent-heat.html
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lp and udarrell,
thanks for your response and advice.

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