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Abt: Frigidaire 14,000 BTU 115V Gray Portable Air Conditioner With Heat - FFPH1422T1 $399

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Seems like a good price on this unit. I'm not sure about this particular model though. The Air CFM is only 210, compared to the newer model FFPA1422R1 at 497. I've had a similar spec'ed unit and it just wasn't enough. I'd need 2 for a 700 sq ft apt and at $800, there might be better solutions.
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Seems like a good price on this unit. I'm not sure about this particular model though. The Air CFM is only 210, compared to the newer model FFPA1422R1 at 497. I've had a similar spec'ed unit and it just wasn't enough. I'd need 2 for a 700 sq ft apt and at $800, there might be better solutions.
It depends on individual needs; the FFPA1422R1 must be a special case since its minimum 404 Air CFM almost double than the 210 of OP and significantly higher than the 254 Air CFM of the Honeywell MM14CCS. Also the OP has ECO mode whereas the FFPA1422R1 does not.
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single hose is really bad.

I had one and you could feel the air rushing into the room from under the door. pretty much useless unless your right infront of it
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single hose is really bad.

I had one and you could feel the air rushing into the room from under the door. pretty much useless unless your right infront of it
Which model did you have? Did you replace it with a different model that worked better?
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Which model did you have? Did you replace it with a different model that worked better?
I had the NewAir AC-12200E. I returned it for a refund. I'm going to replace it with a window AC unit. I'm still looking for a good deal on a 5000 BTU AC.
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I had the NewAir AC-12200E. I returned it for a refund. I'm going to replace it with a window AC unit. I'm still looking for a good deal on a 5000 BTU AC.
I hope that you will find something that works for you. If you have the option to install a window unit, that's better than a portable AC.

A general comment: from my experience no window/portable AC will cool down the house/room if it is let to get very hot, especially if the sun is involved. What worked for years in my previous place, that I had a window AC, was always leaving the AC on. If was out, I would just dial the temp up a little bit.
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It depends on individual needs; the FFPA1422R1 must be a special case since its minimum 404 Air CFM almost double than the 210 of OP and significantly higher than the 254 Air CFM of the Honeywell MM14CCS. Also the OP has ECO mode whereas the FFPA1422R1 does not.
Good info. The one I mentioned is actually superceded by the Frigidaire FFPH1422R1 and is also on sale at ABT for $399. I signed up for the newsletter and bought one for $374 no tax/free shipping.

If you want ECO mode, OP's is best. Raw cooling power, the FFPH1422R1 seems to get the best reviews.
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are these a total waste of time for a living room with high ceilings?
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How does it do in a 600 sq ft room ?

Old 13,500 Haier barely got to 77 just died. Need something new.
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How does it do in a 600 sq ft room ?

Old 13,500 Haier barely got to 77 just died. Need something new.
It would probably do as well as the Haier. Compare the specs if you can get them. If you need more air flow consider the FFPH1422R1.
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Thanks for the suggestion. Pic added.
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are these a total waste of time for a living room with high ceilings?
Depends on the size of the room and how well insulated it is. How big is your room? and how tall is the ceiling?
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Depends on the size of the room and how well insulated it is. How big is your room? and how tall is the ceiling?
10-15ft high ceilings....maybe 800-1000 sq ft...it's a combo kitchen and living room....problem is the garage on front of the house has no ventilation and cooks in the sun...i'm sure this is heating the rest of the house...so, trying to figure out the best/cost-effective way to cool the main living room/kitchen area
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