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Question Title My Ahiba IR or Ahiba ECO is cooling very slowly.

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The fan outlet at the back of the unit is blocked.  These types of units are cooling air controlled.  At the back of theunit, there is hot air exhaust, and it must be at least 6 inches away from the wall or obstacles.   See attached document for a picture.

 

 

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Article Number: 457
Created: 2010-03-01 9:47 PM
 
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