Here are a few installation guides for an air conditioner. The installation of an air conditioning system may require special tools and skills which you may not have. Hence it is advisable to employ a trained technician to help with the installation.
You simply show the technician where to install the air conditioner (AC) and then monitor the installation.
When installing an air conditioner it is important to install it in such a way that it will not cause discomfort to the occupants of the room. Air Conditioners should be installed high. It must not be installed in such a way that the cool air blown from the fan hits the occupants of the room directly.
An Air Conditioner is different from an electric fan. While a fan needs direct exposure to cool an air conditioner does not. It is designed to cool a space not a location.
During installation, you should ensure that all holes, open window spaces, and, vents are blocked. This ensures that the AC will cool the room without more heat coming in from other rooms.
Ensure that the power supply rating of the air conditioner is compatible with local standards for voltage. Voltage power rating in the US is 110v-115v, 60Hz while that of the UK, Nigeria and most African countries is 210v-250v, 50 Hz.
Similarly you should also ensure that the current rating of the cooling unit or system can be supported by your existing wall socket if not you need to install another wall socket. Air conditioners use lots of power so you may have to install a dedicated power socket or switch.
Connecting your appliances into sockets with lower capacity than required will cause over heating which may lead to a fire outbreak.
Always read the manufacturer’s user manual of your air conditioner. In it you will find lots of information to help you with your A/C operation. It will also guide you on maintenance and cleaning procedures.
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