Pick a location which will allow you to blow the cold air into
the area you want. Windows used for installation must be
strong enough to support the weight of the air conditioner.
Good installation with special attention to the proper position
of the unit will lessen the chance that service will be needed.
If air conditioner is blocked by a storm window frame, see
step 9 on page 7 before beginning to install.
HOW TO INSTALL
Insert the side curtains into the upper and lower
guides of the air conditioner. Fasten the curtains to
the unit with screws (ITEM A), as shown in FIG. 2.
Cut the adhesive-backed foam strip (ITEM D) to the
Remove the backing from the foam strip and attach the
foam strip to the underside of the bottom window. (FIG. 3)
LOCATING UNIT IN WINDOW
Open the window and mark center line with pencil
on the center of the inner sill, as shown in FIG. 4.
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ATTACH L BRACKET
• Install the L brackets on the outer sill with the short
side of the bracket against the back of the inner
sill. Install one L bracket 8" to each side of center
line. See FIG. 5.
• The bracket helps to hold unit securely in place.
Be sure to place bracket edge flush against back
of inner sill. See FIG. 5.
• lf air conditioner is blocked by storm window
frame, see step 9.
First, be sure to insert the drain pipe into base pan
The air conditioner must be installed with a slight tilt
downward (see FIG. 8) for proper water drainage.
The air conditioner will drain the excess condensed
water through the drain pipe.
BASE PAN REAR
BASE PAN BOTTOM