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Friedrich PH14B 13500 btu - 115 volt - 9.5 EER ZoneAire series portable room air conditioner with reverse cycle Heat Pump
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- Dual-hoses have up to 40% faster cooling than single hose units
- 4 in 1: Air conditioner, heater, dehumidifier and fan
- For rooms up to approximately 700 sq ft.
- Condensate overflow protection
- Self-evaporation condensate system means no bucket to empty
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Portable AC with Heat Pump
Allows conditioned air to return to the room instead of venting outside – can cool as much as 40 Percent faster than single hose designs.
Condensate is used to cool the coils and evaporates, which means there is no bucket to empty.
- 3 fan speeds
- 24-hour timer
- Plugs into standard 115 volt outlet
- 6 feet long power cord
ZoneAire is like having multiple appliances in one convenient unit: an air conditioner, a dehumidifier, a fan and a heater (heat pump model only). It's practical and flexible: because the unit can move with you to any room, you get cooling exactly when and where you need it. The dehumidification mode keeps your space comfortably dry, and there's no bucket to empty. When you just want a gentle breeze, switch to fan mode. Remote control included.
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As far as the supplies to make a portable a/c unit work with an Andersen crank-out window, if you are handy you can do the work using the following supplies that are all available on Amazon: a Lexan Sheet - Polycarbonate 1/8" thick (.118) (don't use plexiglass, it is too brittle); CRL-Sash Universal Storm Window Frame (sold in 12' length and can be cut down to frame the polycarbonate), CRL-Sash Square Storm Window Corner for CRL-Sash Square Cut Fabrication (used on the corners of the storm sash frame); silicone sealant for around the intake & exhaust vent holes, and some kind of fastener to hold the new window where the screen would normally sit (we used CRL Andersen Knife Latch and screwed them to the outside of the storm sash framing the polycarbonate - they lock right into the slots where the Andersen bug screen would normally be).
Float for reservoir pump To drain the humidifier tank did not work and flooded our kitchen floor into our family room. Called Friedrich they gave me names of two people in Connecticut. Called both and neither would repair it. There are no repairman in Connecticut with the exception of one that was 50 miles away, 100 mile round-trip to carry a 100 pound heat pump to them For repair! Also whoever I found to fix it, Frederick would only give me a $75 credit
Plus I had taken out a three year extended warranty Which was now useless because I have no one in the state of Connecticut to repair this portable heat pump. I called Amazon they were going to make good on that I just had to return my unit they would ship me another one. At that point the unit I had, being the third unit that was not destroyed by UPS so I decided to keep. Why go through all that crap again!
It actually had two problems. When the water level in the reservoir reached a certain level a red light would come on, the heat pump was supposed to shut off and turn the pump on. Those two beautiful options did not work at all! the pump starts until empty then restarts the when the float in the holding tank reached a certain point the heat pump Would turn back on automatically. That was a crock of crap.
So as a quick fix being a master carpenter I drilled a hole in the floor Just behind the radiant hot water heat end cap where the unit sits. The unit having a secondary hose drain like a standard dehumidifier, I installed a hose The unit having a secondary hose drain like a standard dehumidifier, I installed that drained down into the basement. By making a nice smooth bend I drilled a hole through the Foundations frieze board of the home and stuck the hose out of the frieze board of the house about an inch. FYI, Fabricate a flap On the end of the hose so cold air will not come in and hopefully water will not freeze.
No satisfaction whatsoever from Friedrich !!!!!!!!!
THIS PIECE OF JUNK COST ME OVER $600.00
I've got one in the master bedroom and the other in the dining room. They augment a split system I have in the living room and keep the rear of the house cool.
Two drawbacks that I can think of - although minor. One is that it's a little on the loud size, which can make it a little less effective for bedroom use (it's a good thing I sleep like a log). The other is the weight. They're pretty hefty. The upside is I only have to move them twice a year to and from storage.
They're a little bit more expensive because of the dual-hose design. The configuration helps with the unit's efficiency because one is dedicated to air intake and the other to exhaust (the exhaust hose gets really warm to the touch), so intake & exhaust aren't shared as they are in a single-hose configuration.
These units are perfect for addressing warm or hot spots in the house - and highly recommended!
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