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Haier CPN14XC9 14K Portable Air Conditioner

3.6 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews
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  • 3 Modes Cool, Dehumidify, Fan
  • 3 cooling and 3 Fan Speeds
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Air conditioners rarely provide effective and efficient cooling. Portable air conditioners like the Haier CPN14XC9 are unique because they provide powerful cooling but are also extremely energy efficient.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 23.2 x 19.5 x 46.5 inches
Item Weight 80 pounds
Shipping Weight 100.2 pounds
Manufacturer Haier
ASIN B003GTB1M8
Item model number CPN14XC9
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3.6 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,629,332 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#587 in Home & Kitchen > Heating, Cooling & Air Quality > Air Conditioners & Accessories > Portable

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I strongly caution anyone against purchasing a Haier product. Haier has far and away the worst customer service I have ever encountered. I purchased a Haier Portable Air Conditioner in July 2011. The unit was "dead on arrival," completely nonfunctional. When I called Haier customer support, I was instructed to make a service appointment.

Nearly four months later, after four separate visits from the servicer to my home, the unit remained as nonfunctional as when it first arrived. During this time, I spent countless hours on the phone with at least half a dozen Haier representatives, none of whom was even remotely helpful. Interacting with Haier's customer support was truly excruciating; I would rather jab a needle repeatedly into my eye than endure it again. Most agents were both incompetent and unsympathetic. In numerous instances, I was denied access to a supervisor, told instead I would have to wait for a call back, but never received one. On the rare occasion I was privileged to speak to a "supervisor," I quickly discovered that the person to whom I spoke had no authority or capacity to resolve my situation in any kind of satisfactory (much less expedient) manner. For all their ineptitude, the members of the Haier team have attained expert status when it comes to "passing the buck."

Following the second service visit, in September, I requested a refund, which Haier's corporate office rejected, without ever bothering to inquire about the circumstances which led me to make such a request in the first place, and without ever informing me of this decision, despite a stated policy of notification within 24 to 48 hours.
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When I noticed this unit had only one star I figured I had to do something. I have owned several portable AC units and this one is by far the best. Before purchasing I read several reviews that were on the Costco site and the consensus was pretty much 50/50 so I was at first a little unsure. Believe me when I tell you that the dual hose design is far superior. I will never buy a single hose unit again after owning this one. My only complaint is that the drain plug is a real hassle to remove if you want to drain the water. I may try a little soap on that. Haier makes several models that look like this one but don't be fooled. This is the model you want. I wonder if the other reviewer was mistaking this for another model that looked the same or maybe New York weather is far worse. In any case this unit couldn't work better in the Pacific Northwest.
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My Zenith $100 5000btu unit works 5x better than this thing. This doesn't get the small bedroom under 78F. I've tried fresh air hose in, and off. The smaller Zenith window unit would get it painfully cold in the same room. I had to pull the window unit due to condo rules. This unit is 4x the cost, eats 3x the power, works half as well. I'm currently looking into making some type of shroud where I can use the other window unit I have and have no outside visible facing. I don't consider 15000 BTU to never get 78F a very good deal.

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I have to edit this a little bit. Maybe there is a break-in period. I left it running for the entire day, and it eventually got the room to 72F. It's strange how in 10 minutes it can take the room from 85 to 78, but five hours to drop another couple of degrees. I am no longer considering taking the unit back - but I do think it consumes too much power and space for the results.
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(It looks like this is not advertised on here as a dual hose design any longer...)
If you read up on the differences between a single hose design vs a dual hose design there are several advantages to a dual hose vs a single hose. In a single hose design your indoor air is pulled through the system to cool the compressor and vented out the exhaust hose. This creates a negative pressure in your house and pulls more hot air inside your home which then has to be cooled... this makes a fairly significant difference in how effective these portable A/C units are.

With a dual hose design there is an intake hose pulling outside air through the unit to cool the compressor and then exhausted back out which does not create the negative pressure in your home...

Here is where this Haier unit is a big fat lie. The intake hose is almost cosmetic. It does in fact pull some air through this hose but there is a very large venting grate on the side of the unit that is exposed to the air in your room thus pulling air through this vent and only a portion through the intake hose which effectively defeats the entire purpose of a dual hose. If you have the intake hose hooked up and the unit is not running hot air just pours into the hose and heats up your room.

Point is... if you're looking for a dual hose you'll have to modify this one to actually make it work as one (probably going to void any warranty), if you want a single hose you might just want to get a smaller unit than this "dual" hose.

7/23, update.

The unit does work pretty well (again, noting it really is a single hose design unless you choose to block off the air intake grate I've mentioned). It is fairly loud (it's an A/C...
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