15,000 BTU High Efficiency PTAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner With Heat Pump PTHP Heating And Cooling With Electric Cord
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Approximate square footage of 875 square feet
There is a heat pump (reverse ac) and a heat strip on the unit.
Selected User Reviews For 15,000 BTU High Efficiency PTAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner With Heat Pump PTHP Heating And Cooling With Electric Cord
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I think this is a really Fortunately, we already had the sleeve from our previous Amana air conditioner, which easily fit into the new one. Installing the device was straightforward. The fans are really effective at cooling and they aren't too loud either. I am very happy with my purchase.
I highly recommend this product. The process of replacing the old with the new was easy. Outside of the packaging, it looked rough from shipping, but it was well packed to avoid damage. I found the unit to be in perfect condition.
Although the unit does a good job at cooling down the room, there was damage to it when I opened the box, there was a small crack in the plastic cover and the metal tray at the bottom was bent. There was also a cracked screen where the air comes out. In addition, I thought from the description of the unit that it would automatically turn on and off, which the compressor does, but the fan runs continuously.
The product was delivered on time. It fit into existing openings and enclosures. A comfortable temperature is maintained throughout the room thanks to its flawless operation. As you run, you are very quiet. It was an excellent value for the money.
The cable is easy to install, fits in a standard box, and has a 20 amp plug instead of 30 amps. It produces a strong cooling and heating output. Construction of a high standard. It was quiet.
The delivery was completed on time. We needed a house that was cool since our other house had been damaged.
I like it a lot. Unfortunately, the front cover was broken when it arrived. As a result of the big hole in the wall, my wall has to remain.