Panasonic Standard Air Conditioner, 6,000 Btu

 
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Product Description

Effectively cool between 150 and 230 square feet with the straightforward, programmable, 6,000-Btu/h standard air conditioner from Panasonic. The unit is controlled with a touch-pad on the housing or an included compact remote control. Functions include three cooling levels and three fan speeds, plus programmable temperature from 60 to 86 degrees F. It removes up to 1.8 pints/per hour of moisture from the air and can be programmed to turn on or off up to 12 hours in advance. You can also use the air conditioner as a fan only or set it to economy operation so the fan runs only while the compressor is cooling. Structural features include ventilation control, four-way air deflection, and low-noise operation. Equipped for through-the-wall mounting, the unit features a slide-out chassis to simplify installation, a washable intake grille, an easy-access filter, and a left-right power cord. Panasonic's warranty covers parts and labor for one year and the refrigeration system for five. --Emily Bedard

Features:
  • Effectively cools 150-230 square feet
  • Removes 1.8 pints/hour of moisture from the air
  • Remote control, programmable temperature, and 12-hour on/off timer
  • Includes 3 cooling levels, 3 fan speeds, and economy mode
  • 13-7/8 by 18-1/2 by 20-11/16 inches; weighs 60 pounds
Customer Reviews:
  • low buck item
    This item cools great, but putting it together reveals a great deal of plastic and styrofoam. I sliced a big cut in my ear by hitting my head on housing, so be carefull. The chasis slides out which is counted as a plus, but I don't think it is when you consider that screwing the various parts onto the frame can be frustrating and the cheap plastic pieces are a disgrace. The air intake lever for fresh air was immovable against a styrofoam inside,this lever is very breakable as are many other parts including the snap on front cover which broke the first time I put it on. Replacement parts are probably becoming a big business for Panasonic. ......more info