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    at a maximum?

    Is it ok to say " the airconditioner is not run at a maximum, it's run at medium or mimum level." Would you correct the grammar?

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    Re: at a maximum?

    the airconditioner is not run at a maximum, it's run at medium or mimum level
    Maximum what? Maximum speed/capacity/temperature?
    What does 'level' mean?

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    Re: at a maximum?

    Quote Originally Posted by loveydovey View Post
    Is it ok to say " the airconditioner is not run at a maximum, it's run at medium or mimum level." Would you correct the grammar?
    Do you mean this?
    Don't run the air conditioner on high; keep it at medium or low.

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