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Walmart: Global Air 10,000-BTU 3 in 1 Portable Air Conditioner with Dehumidifier, Fan and Remote $263.69 + Free Shipping

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Walmart has the Global Air YPL3-10C 10,000-BTU 3 in 1 Portable Air Conditioner with Dehumidifier, Fan and Remote for $263.69. Reg. $349.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Global...e/26544510

10,000 BTU's of cooling power
Cools up to 300 sq. ft.
Partially cools up to 400 sq.ft
2 fan speeds
2 cool settings
4-way air direction
Dehumidifier
Remote Control
1 year Warranty Parts and Labor

Also at Amazon and Home Depot at this price.
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Seems like a good deal
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AC was recently out for 2 days because everything was closed on the weekend and it was an under warranty part. This will now be my emergency backup to at least keep a couple of rooms livable if something happens again.

If I understand right you don't have to drain these like you had to with the old ones?
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$259 on Amazon
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AC was recently out for 2 days because everything was closed on the weekend and it was an under warranty part. This will now be my emergency backup to at least keep a couple of rooms livable if something happens again.

If I understand right you don't have to drain these like you had to with the old ones?
I'm curious about this as well
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I'm curious about this as well
From what I read you do and don't have to. It depends on how humid your area is determines if you do. I live in Utah which is dry. My dad really hasn't had any problems. However, the video and the awful reviews are likely in humid areas which means it cannot evaporate the water fast enough.... Which is why they have to empty it.

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you generally see this kind of message on these but this looks like a generic brand name so I didn't see it

Auto evaporation – no bucket to empty (except in areas with high humidity)
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Last edited by DNAngel August 17, 2018 at 10:51 PM.
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