I bought a ait conditioner from Home Depot yesterday I took it home
tried it out and returned it. It made my power go out 2 times .I got my
money back. The salesperson told me that ac was for indoors but It was
a windows unit I found it out from the maunal.
OK, I'm probably gonna regret this but, what do you mean "The salesperson
told me that ac was for indoors but It was
a windows unit I found it out from the maunal."
The only thing the facts say are that you bought an air conditioner that
GOES in a window, BUT you just put it in the room, am I correct?
I'm a little bit puzzled by "put it in a room". Any air conditioner needs
to have a vent that is outside the cooled area, otherwise it heats instead
of cooling. Some fit in a window, some have a hose that goes out a window.
I'm wondering if the OP is a troll or a complete know nothing. AC window
units are commonly referred to as "room" airconditioners as they cool one
room, not and entire house like "central" air. Even "central" air can be
located on one end of the house ;)
Considering his grammar I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt for
the moment, my assumption is that he is not a native speaker of English and
is having trouble dealing with that kind of ambiguity in the language.
Perhaps I'm assuming too much, but since window, or room, air conditioners
have been around since the 1950's or so, most everyone knows they have to be
vented to the outside. If you come from Greenland, you may not be aware.
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