Just run the machine with the top open..... Convertibles are wonderful
things. Works for us. A/C with retrofit is useless.
Be careful not to handle the "pills" too much though. If your hands are
very oily you could theoretically affect the material.
Tom Richards had the right idea... the MMII / MM6B definitely needs to be
"in a groove" to operate. Once "grooved" it'll run fine.
At 02:06 PM 6/26/00 -0700, Bathsheba Grossman wrote:
>On Mon, 26 Jun 2000, Steven Pollack wrote:
> > That was pretty much my experience with the air conditioning unit
> also. I bought my
> > MM2 unit second hand and was required to replace the a/c unit for
> > purposes. I did not notice much cooling power with the replaced unit
> and the
> > rollers always gunked up. I had much better success adjusting the
> temperature of
> > the house instead.
>Yeah, that's what I'm seeing. It looks like I'll have to condition
>the room to get that last 3 degrees of cooling when the weather
>doesn't provide it.
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