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« on: June 26, 2007 12:09:03 AM »

Urgh! It's so hot and I'm just staring at the air conditioner that has been sitting below my window for months. It's my first A/C and I know I can just stick it in and bolt it down but I'm terrified I'm going to drop it out of my window and kill somebody (I'm on the 4th floor). A friend of a friend said that he made a frame for his and not only is it working perfectly, he didn't have to put any holes in the window frame or the side of the building. Unfortunately he has been really busy and hasn't been responding lately, so I know it's possible but I don't know how to even imagine making it!

I can't find any examples on craftster or online. Any suggestions on how it could be done? Thanks so much! I can't wait to stop sweating all the time!
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« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2007 07:29:33 PM »

I don't know about making one,but I saw them for sale at Lowes/Home depot when I was doing price comparisons on air conditioners. I think they were around 15 dollars. For that price,I'd buy one. Not crafty,but you know it would be sturdy.Good luck.
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« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2007 12:33:42 AM »

Thanks! I'll definitely check those out online. My local home depot, when I asked what I could use, gave me three pieces of old wood for a prop. It'd be nice to have something sturdy instead!

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