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Air Conditioner Fiction: Is this the ultimate dad joke?

2016.06.06 02:26 welded_angus Air Conditioner Fiction: Is this the ultimate dad joke?

Once upon a time, my daughter told me she was into fan fiction. Being a great father, I told her that I used to be into fan fiction, but I switched to air conditioner fiction... because it was cooler. She was not amused.

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2023.06.07 15:00 shibairnyc Air Conditioner Tune Up New York AC Preseason Cleaning New York AC Spring Cleaning NYC

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2023.06.07 14:59 GabrielDungeonMaster Help me to identify this bug.

Help me to identify this bug.
Good morning, could you help me to identify the insects below.
Epidemiology and Morphology: Northern Paraná, Londrina, subtropical climate, urban region It does not fly or jump, approximately 2 or 3mm, difficult to photograph without a magnifying glass.
History: I've been experiencing itching for a few weeks but since I spend about 14 hours working and I only sleep for 4 hours I never stopped to look at the wall. I feel them walking through my body but there is no moment of heightened sensation that makes me think of a sting. The highest density is on the wall next to my bed and my air conditioner. I didn't notice crowding around the air conditioner.
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2023.06.07 14:56 newyorkhvacchoice New York HVAC Choice

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2023.06.07 14:45 TheArabianShark Rosacea?

I'm a 20 year old male. Ever since i can remember, i've had issues with my skin.
I can remember when i first started having issues with my skin and it was around grade 2-3 (age 7-8) and i started to notice a red itchy rash form under and around my nose, which we found to be seborrheic dermatitis, this never posed much problems.
As i started to go to high school, grade 7 (age 12-13), is where things with my skin drastically changed. I started to notice a burning/stinging/itching sensation that would occur every now and then, over my face/scalp and sometimes body, when i did exercise or if i was hot. This was debilitating and often resulted in me sitting out from exercise to find shade/have a cold showeor go somewhere with an air conditioner or fan, until the pain stoped. There were no physical symptoms, only the symptoms i felt, which made it very difficult for dermatologists to diagnose/help me. I also still suffered from seborrheic dermatitis with a dry/flaky/itchy scalp being the issue.
This was difficult for me but it was somewhat manageable. As i finished high school in 2020, i thought this would be something i would grow out of, as i did grow out of the the occasional pimple on my face and the acne on my back.
But was i wrong.
Around the start of June 2022, i became very sick with a long lasting cough and i was given antibiotics. I then started to notice redness of my face around August which my parents thought were an effect of the antibiotics.
I started to realise that this redness wasn't going away and it was actually becoming more severe. I became more persistently red and started to have these frequent episodes of aggressive flushing. I then began developing acne on my face later on. I also began flushing even around the people closest to me, like my parents and my best friend. I do remember before these symptoms came on, i always seemed to have hot/flushed skin, as well as i would be profusely sweating in social situations but nothing was ever physically visible.
I was then diagnosed with Rosacea by a dermatologist.
For the first few months i couldn't go outside. It was summer and when i'd usually be out playing sports and going to the beach with friends, i was at home inside my dark room with the air conditioner on. I physically couldn't be outside because of how my skin was reacting. This took a huge toll on my mental health.
I started my treatment with beta blockers and a more gentle skin care routine. After a few weeks of beta blockers, i found i was feeling dizzy and nauseous, so i was taken off them. I was then prescribed antibiotics for a few months which i found had not benefit. I then had 2 IPL laser treatment for the redness/flushing and saw a difference with my redness but it didn't help with my flushing. Now i am on isotretinoin and initially saw improvements with the acne but now seem to be in the purging phase.
Now nearly a year on from first showing symptoms and it doesn't seem like i will ever be normal again or be able to live my previous life, which is extremely tough as an athlete and also as someone who cares so much about how i look and present myself.
Is this rosacea? is this subtype of rosacea like neurogenic rosacea? or is this something else or a mix of different issues?
I am asking for help as it seems like i am at my last straw, i just want to live a normal life.
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2023.06.07 14:43 parichehr_es The purpose of an air conditioning

The purpose of an air conditioning system is to ventilate and distribute the air inside a building in order to achieve comfortable internal conditions for the occupants in terms of temperature, humidity and air filtration. In simple terms, an air conditioner is part of an air-conditioning system that draws in fresh air from outside, cleans it, and heats or cools it by passing it through filters and coils and finally through the ventilation ducts of the air handling unit, circulating hot or cold air inside the building.
The air conditioner is made up of several components, such as a motor, fan, heating and cooling coils, air filters, dampers, etc., and it is manufactured in vertical or horizontal, frontal or overhead, single-zone or multi-zone types.
The air conditioner must be accurately calculated and designed according to the needs of the building to ensure that the air conditioning system works effectively. An inefficient air conditioning system consumes extra energy and increases the running costs of the building. In addition, an inefficient air conditioning system can fail, leading to maintenance problems and increased associated costs.
There are several options for the design and applicable structures in the air conditioner, which makes it possible to build an air conditioner based on the specific needs of the building.
Air conditioners usually have different control systems for different parts of their structure, for example they may have several temperature sensors, actuators and humidity sensors.
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2023.06.07 14:39 kac_express Maintain Your AC and Extend Its Lifespan: The Key to Reliable Cooling

Maintain Your AC and Extend Its Lifespan: The Key to Reliable Cooling
Our dependable air conditioners turn into a lifesaver when the oppressive summer heat hits. They give us a cool, welcoming space that enables us to escape the sweltering weather outdoors. To guarantee optimal performance and a long lifespan, air conditioners need routine maintenance, just like any other device. You can enjoy dependable cooling for many years by maintaining your air conditioner. We will examine some important upkeep advice in this post to assist you in maintaining your AC and extending its life.
1. Clean or Replace Air Filters Regularly:
Your air conditioner's air filters are essential for preserving healthy indoor air quality and effective cooling. These filters can accumulate dust, grime, and other pollutants over time, limiting airflow and lowering the AC's effectiveness. Clean or change your air filters frequently to prevent this. For information on how frequently this should be done, consult the manufacturer's instructions. You can ensure appropriate airflow and avoid stress on the AC system by keeping the filters clean.
In the end, maintaining your air conditioner requires being proactive about its maintenance. You might be able to lengthen the lifespan of your AC unit by doing routine maintenance and cleaning. By changing filters and doing regular cleaning, you could even be able to stop issues from occurring in the first place. Of course, if your AC works to its maximum potential, you probably live a better quality of life!
Owners shouldn't wait until the annual tune-up to clean and replace the air filters, which are crucial to the health of an AC system. When filters clog, your air conditioner will have a difficult time doing its job. The unit may become overheated as a result of this additional load.
For some households, changing the filters three to four times a year is necessary. Families that reside in areas with a lot of dust, however, should have their filters changed more frequently. People who own pets or frequently use their air conditioners will also require frequent filter replacements.
2. Clear Obstructions Around the Outdoor Unit:
Your AC system's exterior unit needs enough airflow to operate properly. Make sure the unit is not blocked by anything, including furniture, plants, or clutter. On the outdoors coils, leaves, twigs, and other materials can assemble, obstructing heat transfer and lowering efficiency. Maintaining optimum airflow and avoiding any damage requires routine cleaning of the area around the unit and the removal of any debris.
3. Schedule Professional Maintenance:
Homeowners can perform some AC maintenance jobs, but it's also crucial to schedule professional repairs at least once a year. Your AC system will be carefully inspected and cleaned by a licensed HVAC expert, who will also look for any potential problems and ensure that it operates at peak efficiency. Regular expert maintenance can extend the life of your AC unit and help identify issues early, reducing the need for expensive repairs.
4. Keep the Coils Clean:
Your air conditioner's condenser and evaporator coils are essential to the cooling process. These coil's capacity to adequately collect and release heat can be diminished over time as a result of dirt and dust accumulation. To keep the coils operating effectively, clean them frequently. To carefully remove the trash, you can use a soft brush or a hoover. A professional technician should be consulted for more comprehensive cleaning.
5. Check and Maintain Proper Refrigerant Levels:
Your AC systems cooling mechanism depends on refrigerant. Low refrigerant levels can result in decreased cooling capacity and higher energy usage. Have a qualified technician inspect and maintain the correct refrigerant levels in your air conditioning system. If there is a leak, it needs to be fixed right away to stop future harm.
6. Clean and Insulate Air Ducts:
Your home's air ducts are essential for transporting cold air from your air conditioner to the various rooms. The ducts can become clogged with dust, debris, and other impurities over time, obstructing airflow and lowering indoor air quality. To ensure appropriate airflow and stop energy loss, regularly clean the air ducts and repair any leaks. Duct insulation done right can also aid with energy efficiency.
7. Use a Programmable Thermostat:
With a programmable thermostat, you can set various temperature settings by your schedule. With a programmable thermostat, you can change the temperature while you are gone, saving money on electricity and minimizing the strain on your air conditioner. Its longevity can finally be increased as a result.
8. Protect the Unit During Off-Seasons:
It is critical to safeguard your air conditioning unit during the off- seasons if you reside in a region with seasonal temperature variations. To protect it from the weather, wrap the outside unit in a waterproof cover or buy a specialized AC cover. By doing this, potential harm and debris buildup during periods when the AC is not in use.
9. Monitor and Address Unusual Noises or Odors:
Keep an eye out for any odd sounds or smells coming from your air conditioner. Strange noises like slamming, grinding, or screeching could be mechanical problems that require immediate attention.
Similar to unpleasant smells, system pollutants like mold or other toxins can be present. To stop additional damage, get in touch with a qualified expert if you detect any strange symptoms.

10. Practice Energy-Saving Habits:
Last but not least, developing energy-saving habits can increase the general effectiveness and longevity of your AC unit. This entails utilizing natural shade, drawing the drapes or blinds during the hottest portion of the day, and minimizing activities that produce heat. You can make sure your AC system functions smoothly and has a longer lifespan by reducing the load on it.
In conclusion, regular maintenance is essential to keeping your air conditioner's cooling system dependable and effective. You can improve the longevity of your AC unit by keeping up with maintenance advice including cleaning or replacing air filters, removing obstructions, scheduling a professional repair, and adopting energy-saving practices. Keep in mind that a properly maintained air conditioner not only reduces your energy costs but also guarantees your comfort throughout the warmest months of the year.
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2023.06.07 14:38 minutial How do I seal my apartment windows to prevent bad air from coming in? Any recommendations for a contractor?

I’ve installed those Midea U air-conditioners and had contractors from Task Rabbit help me install and weatherproof with these foam weather seals. Unfortunately, as someone who has asthma and sensitive towards bad air pollution, I’m finding myself feeling unwell still indoors, and could even smell faint smells of the bad air outside.
I also have a Coway air purifier in both the living room and bedroom.
Is there a way I could find out where the air leakage is (I suspect it’s where the A/Cs are installed), and what’s the best way to seal up the windows properly? I’d love to hire someone to help me do this since I don’t know what I’m doing, so if you have any recommendations as well, that would be great!
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2023.06.07 13:56 kleeclimates Air Conditioning Repair in Mesa, AZ

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If your air conditioning unit isn't working efficiently, call on Klee's Climate Control. We provide affordable service of air conditioning repair in Mesa, AZ. An air conditioner system is vital to keeping your home or business comfortable. Unfortunately, you never realize how much you need your air conditioner until it breaks down in the middle of summer, and you're forced to sweat it out inside the house. For more information, contact us at (480) 980-3192.
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2023.06.07 13:50 AirCareHeating1 Air Care Heating & Cooling Inc

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2023.06.07 13:45 AdBackground1918 products for oily hair?

products for oily hair?
hi, i'm new here and looking for advice/product recommendations - I'm struggling researching for myself because I'm getting overwhelmed with how much information and conflicting recommendations are out there. I'm british and don't have a huge budget.
i shaved my head 18 months ago after wrecking my hair with at-home bleach. it's growing out now so i'm looking for help on how to manage my hair and lean into it's natural texture
my hair is slightly wavy on top at the front, but the lower half of the back of my head is curlier. the top half of the back of my head is flat as hell. my hair is naturally pretty silky, but gets greasy less than 24 hours after washing. I'm autistic and can't stand the feeling of most leave in products, especially styling gels and mousses and i hate dry shampoo. hair oils are okay but I don't use them currently.
my current routine is just shampoo and conditioner, I don't have a specific brand and usually pick something cheap from the supermarket. I don't use any styling product and wash my hair as infrequently as I can tolerate (usually every other day, but the in between days still feel greasy). I don't brush it and when it was longer brushing usually made it poofy.
the first 2 pictures are when i wet it and was letting it air dry without touching it to see whether I could work out my hair type and i took the photos when it was still damp. Usually I air dry but i constantly run my hands through my hair (not intentionally) which flattens and straightens it as it dries. the third picture is air drying after using John Freida's frizz ease dream curl shampoo and conditioner (i didn't like the result).
my hair doesn't seem to frizz unless I blow dry and brush it - but I haven't done this since before I shaved it and before that, I dyed my hair various colours for nearly 10 years, so haven't had my hair natural since I was 14. it usually lacks volume and just falls flat and the curls in the picture didn't last long.
I don't think I need extra moisture but I'd like it to last longer between washes as well as hold the curls/waves better and get a bit more volume.
Because it's so short, I'm not totally sure what my hair type is, and when it gets longer the waves/curls will be weighed down more. I've done all the quizzes I can find and it tells me 2a/2b but I don't know how accurate it is because my hair hasn't been natural in so long.
Does anyone have any recommendations for a total novice who's way too overwhelmed by all the products/information to go it alone?
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2023.06.07 13:43 FaithEmma Why Is Your Air Conditioner Blowing Hot Air?

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2023.06.07 13:43 martinscott22 Air Conditioner Service in Lake City FL

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2023.06.07 13:17 heating_services_nyc HEATING SERVICES NEW YORK

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2023.06.07 13:04 lilyswiftie ProSelect air conditioner flashing "COOL" since last night, but no air coming from vents.

Since last night my thermostat suddenly let itself get to 79 degrees despite being turned on and set to 73 degrees.
I tried to set it to 74-73 again, but it just continued flashing "COOL" on and off. It is turned on, and I hear the sound of the air flowing (it makes a distinct and loud sound when turned on, so I know it's technically on) but when I put my hand to the vents (especially the one in my room) there's actually no air coming out at all.
I tried resetting, and I tried turning it off for about an hour. Neither worked.
For reference, I'm in an apartment building.
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2023.06.07 13:03 dancasino Tax Credit Duel Fuel

Looking to swap out two 20 year old systems to duel fuel Lennox heat pump/propane/AC units. This unit qualifies for the credit according to the installer
I’ve lurked on here to see other posts on the credits but haven’t seen any with this specific question.
Looks like according to the IRS/energy star website I could be eligible for up to $3200 worth of credits as they split heat pumps and air conditioners into two separate categories with separate limits.
How I read it is $2000 for the heat pump and $1200 ($600 each) for AC units. Any thoughts on this or would it be considered double dipping?
Wording on site below:
In addition to limits on the amount of credit you can claim for any particular equipment installation or home improvement, there are annual aggregate limits. The overall total limit for an efficiency tax credit in one year is $3,200. This breaks down to a total limit of $1,200 for any combination of home envelope improvements (windows/doors/skylights, insulation, electrical) plus furnaces, boilers and central air conditioners.
Any combination of heat pumps, heat pump water heaters and biomass stoves/boilers are subject to an annual total limit of $2,000.
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2023.06.07 13:03 lilyswiftie ProSelect air conditioner flashing "COOL" since last night, but no air coming from vents.

Since last night my thermostat suddenly let itself get to 79 degrees despite being turned on and set to 73 degrees.
I tried to set it to 74-73 again, but it just continued flashing "COOL" on and off. It is turned on, and I hear the sound of the air flowing (it makes a distinct and loud sound when turned on, so I know it's technically on) but when I put my hand to the vents (especially the one in my room) there's actually no air coming out at all.
I tried resetting, and I tried turning it off for about an hour. Neither worked.
For reference, I'm in an apartment building.
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2023.06.07 12:49 MrsDragovic Panasonic air conditioner

Has anyone had issues with a Panasonic ducted air conditioner only blowing air out the larger grate vents and not out the ceiling diffusers in each room? The ceiling diffusers are open.
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2023.06.07 12:46 DotFlannel Window AC Advice during smog

Looking for some help regarding my Window AC. I have a pretty bad lung condition already, and want to make sure my unit isn’t pulling in air from the outside and making my condition worse. I’ve linked the unit below. I’m aware during standard function that the unit does not pull in outside air (I’ve sealed around it with tape), but I’ve heard on some units there is a lever or fresh air setting. I’ve been poring over the manual to make sure that’s not the case with mine, and I can’t find anything. Just looking for some help to make sure it doesn’t take in outside ai there’s no “fresh air” setting to turn off. Thank you!
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2023.06.07 12:34 Flashy-Ad-1794 Daily swimmer hair routine

My daughter recently joined a swim team and is in a chlorinated pool around five to six times a week. She has medium thickness/medium to fine straight hair that she likes long. Her hair is super healthy, she doesn’t have to use heat or product and it air dries beautifully (must be nice). We try to prevent exposure to pool water with a cap, but obviously it’s inevitable. My question is: is it better to shampoo every day or keep our every otheevery two day shampoo routine and just rinse the hair in between? I find list articles like “Use these products to protect hair” and “9 things you can do to prevent hair damage from the pool” saying put oils or conditioner in first. And I think, “cool, cool. And is the shampooing of said oils in the plan? We just hangin out with oil in our hair? /s”. All of them recommend ACV. I think all the advice I’ve found is for the occasional swim and not a daily swim. What is more damaging: chlorine OR ACV, chelating agents and clarifying shampoos to remove said chlorine? I hope this question is science-y enough.
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2023.06.07 12:18 alfonso-parrado My seeds haven't germinated after 11 days in jiffies

My seeds haven't germinated after 11 days in jiffies
Last year it worked beautifully, I don't remember exactly what I did, but I knew way less and I tried way harder.
I planted them the 27th of May and kept them in my room, watering them often, which was probably too much. After 5 days or so, people on this sub told me to stop watering it and I may have dried them too much by completely stopping it
And today I couldn't take ot anymore and I scooped one of them out and as tou see it looks big but no sprout
Should I throw them out? I just planted it again like it was and watered it slightly
It's so frustrating because I bought everything, ph down, ph test kit, substrate, fertiliziers even an air conditioner is on the way. And the seeds fucked it all up
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2023.06.07 12:15 Girth_Crisis Quote

Is this a reasonable quote? $7,800 in Kentucky:
Goodman GSX16 High-Efficiency Split System Air Conditioner Up to 16 SEER & 13 EER, 2.50 Ton, Air Conditioner
Goodman, Cased With Internal TXV Upflow/Downflow, 2.50 Ton, Evap Coil
Goodman GMES96 Single-Stage Multi-Speed ECM Gas Furnace Up to 96% AFUE, 80,000 BTU, Furnace
Honeywell T4 1 heat / 1 cool
25 ft line set 3/4-3/8
Complete system start up
Install float switches
New Outdoor Condenser Pad
Permit for inspection
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