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  • I don't have any A/C problems.

    Old unit crapped out. Went out and bought a new 18,000 BTU unit. Popped it in the window. Bob's my uncle. I also picked up a 10,000 BTU for the back bedroom. Now I'm cool as a cucumber.

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    The A/C on the wife's car shot the bed . $ 600 for a new condenser . it is a 2010 Terrain if you happen to see one fall off a truck .

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    • #3
      You have an uncle that's younger than your tired ol' ass?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by s.murph View Post
        You have an uncle that's younger than your tired ol' ass?
        uncle bob is the canadian version of uncle sam

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        • #5
          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob%27s_your_uncle

          "Bob's your uncle" is an exclamation that is used when "everything is all right" and the simple means of obtaining the successful result is explained. For example: "left over right; right over left, and Bob's your uncle: a reef knot." Sometimes the phrase is followed with "and Nellie's your aunt" or "and Fanny's your aunt." It is sometimes elaborately phrased Robert is your mother's brother or similar for comic effect.

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          • #6
            Enjoy your new and much higher power bill.

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            • #7
              Nothing says class like a nice window unit.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by QillerDaemon View Post
                Enjoy your new and much higher power bill.
                when my central AC for the upper level was shitting the bed it started using a lot more power and I didn't realize it until it died and I switched to window units for the bedrooms. Way cheaper electric bill. If you can believe the gov't energy star ratings it says one of those window units only uses about 30-40 bucks worth of electricity per year for normal usage. Not sure how they rate normal use.

                We all prefer it now because I like it frozen in the bedroom but the kids don't. My bill is about 175 a month for a large McMansion with all the lights on when we leave the house. My kids are good like that.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Reservoir Dog View Post
                  Old unit crapped out. Went out and bought a new 18,000 BTU unit. Popped it in the window. Bob's my uncle. I also picked up a 10,000 BTU for the back bedroom. Now I'm cool as a cucumber.
                  You haven't been cool since high school. Who are you kidding?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by PimpDaddy View Post

                    You haven't been cool since high school. Who are you kidding?
                    I was amazing in High School. Now I'm just cool.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by allwhitemeat View Post
                      when my central AC for the upper level was shitting the bed it started using a lot more power and I didn't realize it until it died and I switched to window units for the bedrooms. Way cheaper electric bill. If you can believe the gov't energy star ratings it says one of those window units only uses about 30-40 bucks worth of electricity per year for normal usage. Not sure how they rate normal use.

                      We all prefer it now because I like it frozen in the bedroom but the kids don't. My bill is about 175 a month for a large McMansion with all the lights on when we leave the house. My kids are good like that.
                      Both units I bought have an energy rating of 12.0 out of 13. And I really don't give a crap if my hydro bill goes up a bit. I got money.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by animal View Post
                        Nothing says class like a nice window unit.

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