Yes, but wasteful, since you are burning extra gas.
No. While the air conditioner is on, keep the windows closed to keep the cool air from escaping to the outside.
You can keep your windows open with the air conditioner running, but by doing so, you are letting the hot air in, the cold air out, wasting electricity, and causing your electric bill to be higher. If you want your windows open, it would be best to turn off the air conditioner. In a car, it is recommended to leave the windows open for a few minutes for the hot air to escape...then close the windows and enjoy.
NO If the unit is on its side or upside down, the oil can run out of the compressor and it will seize up. They do make a vertical air conditioner to fit into the taller windows which open side to side.
Yes, but it is not very economical.
keep it closed the windows .but if need fresh air from outside , open the windows.
If you are trying to cool your home or room to a temperature that is lower than the temperature outside, then the electricity needed will be much greater if the window is open. So, in short, yes.AnswerOn a warm day, leaving your windows open will allow warm air to replace the air that your air conditioner just worked to cool. Thus, your air conditioner will have to continue to run, which uses electricity, to re-cool this air. Of course, using more electricity will cost you more money.
yes, if you drive and keep your windows open
Yes but you are just wasting your money as all the cool air will be going out the windows.
If you don't have central air conditioning, you can purchase a portable air conditioner (not a fan) to do the job.
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A casement air conditioner is an A/C that is taller than wide. Made for crank windows.
Using the air conditioner never saves fuel. But if you are going to use the air conditioner it is better at highway speeds than having the windows rolled down. In the city is better to turn the AC all and open the windows.