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Subject: Re: Understanding 1982 FC Air Conditioning


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Susan Sohni
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Date Posted: 01/ 16/ 04, 8:02pm
In reply to: Jeff Miller 's message, "Re: Understanding 1982 FC Air Conditioning" on 01/ 14/ 04, 5:08pm

While Jeff is right about the space, (you lose a lot of it to the central air units), one of the other considerations is that the central air is way more quiet than roof top airs. That is one of the things we really like about it and will probably miss it if and when we trade up to a newer model.
Susan
'83 40'WL

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ernie ekberg
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Date Posted: 12/ 9/ 05, 3:40pm

Susan, where are you located? We have an 83 pt40, also with basement airs. ernie

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