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  Reply # 2132936 23-Nov-2018 20:02
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 and having it placed so it doesn't blow right on her

 

 

 

Did you see the bit where I linked to Panasonic "shower" mode? It doesn't blow on anyone, it blows across the ceiling.


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  Reply # 2132947 23-Nov-2018 20:38
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blakamin:

networkn:


 and having it placed so it doesn't blow right on her


 


Did you see the bit where I linked to Panasonic "shower" mode? It doesn't blow on anyone, it blows across the ceiling.



Problem is, that mode would be useless for heating.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2132948 23-Nov-2018 20:41
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Aredwood: 
Problem is, that mode would be useless for heating.

 

 

 

Based on ten seconds on the panasonic website it appears to be an optional mode, it can send air down as well.





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  Reply # 2132965 23-Nov-2018 21:04
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Aredwood:
blakamin:

 

networkn:

 

 and having it placed so it doesn't blow right on her

 

Did you see the bit where I linked to Panasonic "shower" mode? It doesn't blow on anyone, it blows across the ceiling.

 



Problem is, that mode would be useless for heating.

 

But one of the briefs was "cooling my daughters bedroom".

 

Blowing warm air on someone isn't as bad as blowing cold air on someone.

 

And seriously, if it's that small of a room, it'll warm up no matter where you blow air.

 

I did link to this on the previous page.....


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  Reply # 2132966 23-Nov-2018 21:14
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Would a window unit fit?





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