For single hose portable air conditioner, about 50% of that heat removed is produced by the unit or sucked in by the unit from outside the house. In comparison, a window unit or a central air unit only has waste heat from the indoor fan for removal that could be less than 5%. See details at Warnings About Portable Air Conditioners.

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