How to Make Window Air Conditioner Quieter

Introduction:

Window air conditioners are a great way to cool your home during the warmer months. The problem is that they’re noisy and can be disruptive. If you want to reduce the noise of your window AC unit, there are some things you can do to make it quieter without sacrificing too much cooling power. In this article, I will discuss making window air conditioners quieter. So let us get started.

How to Make Window Air Conditioner Quieter

A Detailed Stepwise Guide on How to Make Window Air Conditioner Quieter:

STEP1:

Find the air filter. (Most likely, there is no air filter, but it would be near the fan if it does have an air filter.) If you can’t find anything that looks like an air intake, then skip to STEP 2. Otherwise, proceed with STEP 1(a) or 1(b).

STEP1-A (USING WATER):

Use a towel to dry off any excess water on your window AC unit. Make sure you dry both sides before reinserting it back into its spot in your window. Then, plug your device back in and see how much quieter it now sounds. You’ve successfully made your air conditioner quiet! The main benefit of this process is that since you’re only using water, there would be no residual effects on your windows AC unit.

STEP1-B (USING SAND):

To clean your air conditioner, you will need at least two bags of sand. Using the weight of the bags, see how much each bag weighs and write down both numbers. Next, unplug your device and gently place both the sandbags near the fan section of the air conditioner to weigh it down. This will allow you to take out its intake grate.

Make sure to replace it with an airtight hold after reaching inside your window AC unit’s vent to find any noticeable rocks or other debris. Remove any you find before placing back its intake grate into its designated spot in your window. If no rocks or debris are found, proceed to STEP 3.

STEP 2:

You should have already recorded the weight of both sandbags used in STEP 1-B. If you didn’t find rocks and debris inside your window AC unit vent after removing its intake grate, then use the same amount of bags to weigh it down again so that you can remove any bugs or other insects that may be trapped inside your window AC unit as well as trash such as leaves and sticks.

(Don’t forget to put its airtight intake grate back into its designated spot in your window before carrying on!) Now that this job is done, see how much each bag weighs using the same method for recording STEP 1(b) weights. Once finished writing down the two numbers, place both sandbags near your device before plugging it back in.

Amazing! This step-by-step guide has successfully achieved how to make the window AC unit quieter.

STEP 3:

A Detailed Stepwise Guide on How to Make Window Air Conditioner Quieter

You should have already recorded the weight of both sandbags used in STEP 1(b). If not, then go back and do so BEFORE proceeding with this step.

The number you just wrote down is how much each bag weighs when heavy items are placed inside your window AC unit’s vent to weigh it down using the same method in STEP 1(b) or STEP 2 if you were able to remove rocks and debris as well as bugs and other insects trapped inside your window AC unit along with trash such as leaves and sticks,

then congratulations! You’ve successfully made your air conditioner quiet using the minimum amount of things needed ranging from STEP 1(a) to STEP 1(b).

STEP 4:

This process requires that you have at least two bags of sand. Using the weight of the bags, see how much each bag weighs and record this number in STEP 5.

Unplug your device and gently place both the sandbags near its intake grate so that it would be weighed down just enough to remove any rocks or other debris that might be inside its vent without weighing it down too much so that when it’s plugged back in,

you won’t hear a thumping sound with your window AC unit when it is turned on. If you thump your device, stop and take out the sandbags before going to STEP 6.

Make sure to replace its intake grate into its designated spot in your window before plugging it back in! Then, you have successfully made your window AC unit quiet when you are done removing rocks and other debris found inside its vent.

STEP 5:

Again, if you haven’t already recorded the weight of both sandbags used in STEP 4, then do so NOW! The number written down here is how much each bag weighs after placing two heavy items (such as rocks) using this method in STEP 4.

If you did not find any rocks or other debris inside your air conditioner’s vent during STEP 4, then use the same amount of sandbags and weigh it down to see how much each bag weighs when its vent is filled with something like leaves and sticks if you did not do so in STEP 1(a) and 2.

If you could pull out any of these materials during STEP 4, congratulations! You’ve successfully made your window AC unit quiet by using the least amount of items needed from STEP 1(a) to STEP 4.

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Precautions While Making A Window Air Conditioner Quieter:

Precautions While Making A WIndow Air Conditioner Quieter

1.  Be sure to switch off the power before starting any repair work on your Window Air Conditioner. Shut off the circuit breakers in your main electrical service panel and the individual branch circuit breaker (or fuse) that supplies electricity to the unit.

2.  Check for refrigerant leaks if you are experiencing problems with the noise or vibration of the air conditioner unit. Please turn off all power at the service disconnect box and allow a few minutes for internal parts of the air conditioner to cool down before touching the components inside it.

It is best not to wear any rings or metal wristwatches while servicing an AC unit because these items can come in contact with sharp edges and become damaged, which may cause burning when you touch them with your bare hands.

3.  Wear safety glasses, rubber gloves, long sleeves, and pants to avoid injury from broken parts or other debris during the project.

Conclusion:

I hope you have obtained all the clarification on how to make the window air conditioner quieter. Thank you, and have a nice day!

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