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Old 01-02-2017, 06:41 PM   #1
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TANGO......A a little help please

In a previous (last yr) thread you mentioned having seen builds that used basement installed, window units. I did a couple of searches, but only got a few leads, non of which, had too much info. I remembered you saying you liked the idea, but didn't have "underside room" for one. If you still have that info, I'd love to review it.
One build, that I did see, (but not on this forum) had some good pics. and info, but I can't swear where I saw it.

This "maturing crap" isn't turning into the game I had planned
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If you're talking about the same build as the one I'm planning on stealing this ide... uhh... modeling my A/C after ( ) then it's Sojourner's build.

There's a tremendous amount of really great stuff in his thread, but here's the post where he starts talking about specifics for the A/C.

http://www.skoolie.net/forums/f11/so...tml#post111265
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There might be more discussion of the A/C in the thread before pics show up, but you can jump to page 41 of that thread to see how he adapted the window unit to a central air setup.
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What they said! My Senior Moments last for years. Great idea that should not be difficult to reproduce even without pix.
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By golly.... I think you've gaugt it. I remember seeing that thread AND wondering where it went. Thanks for the response.
When/if you do yours. I'll expect pics. and any mods youi do. Good Luck

TANGO..... go back to work on your beauty.
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It'll be a little while till I get to that point, but I'll definitely document it thoroughly and share it. The radiant heat too!
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