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Amazon has Duck Brand Window Air Conditioner Insulating Strip Seal, 2.25-Inch x 2.25-Inch x 42-Inch, 284423 for $2.88 with free Prime shipping. No minimum.
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Make sure you get a dual hose device (one intake, one exhaust) because the one hose versions are extremely inefficient. Dual hose actually isn't too bad.
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someone teach op how to use a price history tool... shake head
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How do you use a price history tool?
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Walmart has same price.
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just use packing foam??
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My idiot apartment people keep pretending my AC is working fine and we can't use window units, but can use those other ones where just the exhaust hose goes through the window... But then people say those aren'y an good. I really need to do something, so may have to flat try one (dual hose). When I was a kid, I sued a window unit and that was great. Too bad I can't use one of those here. I got that thing making my room freezing back then.
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My idiot apartment people keep pretending my AC is working fine and we can't use window units, but can use those other ones where just the exhaust hose goes through the window... But then people say those aren'y an good. I really need to do something, so may have to flat try one (dual hose). When I was a kid, I sued a window unit and that was great. Too bad I can't use one of those here. I got that thing making my room freezing back then.
Make sure you get a dual hose device (one intake, one exhaust) because the one hose versions are extremely inefficient. Dual hose actually isn't too bad.
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My idiot apartment people keep pretending my AC is working fine and we can't use window units, but can use those other ones where just the exhaust hose goes through the window... But then people say those aren'y an good. I really need to do something, so may have to flat try one (dual hose). When I was a kid, I sued a window unit and that was great. Too bad I can't use one of those here. I got that thing making my room freezing back then.

New window A/C units are not any better, that is unless you drill a hole to let the condensation out. The new energy efficient ones supposedly re-circulate the water to cool the compressor. Problem is that those units are never fully sealed which means any water sitting there will be moldy.
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Make sure you get a dual hose device (one intake, one exhaust) because the one hose versions are extremely inefficient. Dual hose actually isn't too bad.
yeah, that's what I heard (to get dual hose), but then saw some reviews even talking bad about those. It should at least be better than how it is now, though. I like it nice and cool at night and my apt won't get back down to what I consider cool until like 4 AM. lol. And they always claim it's working properly. I felt the air at a neighbor's and it was blowing out a lot harder, for one thing.

Anyway, so I may need to try one... I should have done it before now. Now it feels like a bit of a waste because it won't be as hot outside in a month or so.
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Speaking of window AC units, I have a storm proof window, and my window AC unit won't fit. Is there some adapter I could get so it fits?
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That doesn't surprise me at all. All of those energy efficiency guidelines have made it where nothing works well at all. People have to do workarounds on everything... Like washers.... they'll not put enough water in unless you do just the right settings and cycles to get around energy efficiency. Then they lowered the max number of watts you can have in a ceiling fan's light kit. lol. Lower water in toilets means not as clean toilets. New ceiling fans seem to barely move even on high, so I assume that's something related to energy efficiency...

Anyway.... my air conditioner has been running every SECOND for about 60-70 hours in a row now and still even after that it's 77 in here. And since it doesn't cool quickly at night, then the NEXT day the temp is warmer to start the day, so that day it gets even warmer in here than the day before.
I just replaced my AC unit and my house is still like that... 😭
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