[tech] Manbo/morwong downtime, heat

James Cox coxymla at gmail.com
Thu Jan 24 08:28:53 WST 2008

Mine is (very) roughly 600 wide by 400 high by 850ish long. That might mean
that it would require additional support perpendicular to the wall, which
shouldn't be too hard if I remember the CH architecture properly.


On Jan 23, 2008 11:42 PM, Nick Bannon <nick at ucc.gu.uwa.edu.au> wrote:

> On Fri, Jan 18, 2008 at 01:40:26PM +0900, James Cox wrote:
> > If we feel like moving to a more robust AC setup (by which I mean
> physically
> > as well), I have a honking great window mount unit which would probably
> keep
> > the entire machine room a toasty 20 degrees.
> Depending on how honking wide it is, that could be handy. We've had
> two small window box units, gibson and atacama, running side by side.
> Occasionally one will ice up. During the heat of summer we definitely
> need both to run everything. As Davyd mentioned, gibson died last year,
> so due to recent weather some of the machines were shut down.
> gibson and atacama are 45cm wide each, with a 6cm foam-filled gap spare
> in the window. gibson (bought 20051217) is in its 5 year warranty,
> a GAF Control technician is coming out, it might be fixed or regassed
> cheaply. (thanks, [DAA]! )
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