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It's hot! Consumer Reports tests window A/C units

Window air conditioners aren’t the most aesthetically pleasing appliances, but when the heat is on they’re often the only option if you want to keep cool. Consumer Reports just tested dozens of air conditioners. While not much has changed in how they’re installed, there’s a newer A/C with a U-shaped design that allows you to open and close your window without the heavy unit falling out. Installation is a little different from a traditional window A/C. "It still needs a special bracket to be installed first. Once you do that you can slide the A/C into place, and the window closes down into this U-shaped groove. Just note that you might not be able to fit some windows with the screen," said Chris Regan, Consumer Reports. Story | https://www.wfmynews2.com/article/news/local/2-wants-to-know/its-hot-consumer-reports-tests-window-ac-units-and-portable-air-conditioning-units/83-72894471-b60e-4042-a987-9d0d322af8fc SUBSCRIBE | https://bit.ly/2vsX74I Follow us: Facebook | https://bit.ly/3326pAY Twitter | https://bit.ly/2vIPZkT Instagram | https://bit.ly/39Ghs5a Download the WFMY News 2 app: ►Text the word APP to 336-379-5775 ►For iPhone | https://apple.co/3aaH6iM ►For Android | https://bit.ly/3aea9Sv
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