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Residential type central air conditioner The term 'Residential type central air conditioner' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' There are four basic parts to a residential central air-conditioning system (1) a condensing unit, (2) a cooling coil, (3) ductwork, and (4) a control mechanism such as a thermostat. There are two basic configurations of residential central systems (1) a 'split system' where the condensing unit is located outside and the other components are inside, and (2) a packaged-terminal air-encased in one unit and is usually found in a 'utility closet.''.
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