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    • ENERGY STAR® Qualified
      Series Air Conditioners
    • • Most models exceed the minimum ENERGY STAR® standards.
    • • Eco mode cycles off the compressor and fan after reaching the set
        temperature to save energy.
    • • Has the largest digital display compared to leading brands.
    • • AutoCool™ smart fan speed intuitively slows & quiets the fan as it
        approaches the set temperature.
    • • Overnight mode with automatic dimmer gently adjusts the
        temperature while you sleep for added comfort over an 8-hour cycle.
    • • Washable antimicrobial filter inhibits the growth of odor-causing
        bacteria, fungi, mold and mildew on the filter.
    • • Find the thin, easy grip remote right where you left it at the docking
    • Premium ENERGY STAR® Qualified Series Air Conditioners
    • Matches or upgrades the features of our ENERGY STAR® qualified series air conditioners, and includes these premium features:
    • • 6th Sense® temperature sensing remote senses and adapts to control
        the temperature around you instead of around the air conditioner, so
        you can be comfortable wherever you are in
        the room.
    • • Durable, Smart Touch controls include an adjustable thermostat, 4
        cooling programs and 3 fan speeds.
    • • Create full-day, real-time programs for time, temperature and mode
        and it will start and stop as you desire.
  • How much cooling power for your room?

    You’ll need to match your room’s square footage to the air conditioner BTUs you need.
    Here’s how to make sure you don’t buy too few BTUs—or too many.

Step 1: Determine the square footage of your room.

  • • For square and rectangular rooms, multiply the length by the width.
  • • For triangular rooms, multiply the length by the width and divide by 2.
  • • Oddly shaped rooms are a little trickier. You’ll have to break down the room into smaller
      rectangles and triangles and add their square footage together. See Fig. 1

Step 2: Use this chart to get a preliminary number of BTUs.

  • Area To Be Cooled
  • Preliminary BTUs needed
  • 100-150 sq.ft.
  • 5,000 BTUs
  • 151-250 sq.ft.
  • 6,000 BTUs
  • 251-300 sq.ft.
  • 7,000 BTUs
  • 301-350 sq.ft.
  • 8,000 BTUs
  • 351-400 sq.ft.
  • 9,000 BTUs
  • 401-450 sq.ft.
  • 10,000 BTUs
  • 451-550 sq.ft.
  • 12,000 BTUs

Step 3: Don’t stop there! Modify the BTUs based on your circumstances.

  • • If the room is heavily shaded, reduce the BTUs by 10%.
  • • If the room is very sunny, reduce the BTUs by 10%.
  • • If it’s a kitchen, add 4,000 BTUs.
  • • If more than 2 people regularly occupy the room, add 600 BTUs for each person beyond 2.
      (For example: 4 people = 2 additional, so add 1,200 BTUs.)

Step 4: Use your final BTU number to pinpoint the right Whirlpool room air conditioner.

If your BTU needs fall between model numbers, always choose the one with the higher BTUs to insure adequate cooling.

  • Final BTUs needed
  • Whirlpool Room Air Conditioner Model
  • 5,000 – 6,000 BTUs
  • W5WCE065YW, W7WCC065YB
  • 7,000 – 8,000 BTUs
  • W5WCE085YW
  • 9,000 – 10,000 BTUs
  • W5WCE105YW
  • 12,000 BTUs
  • W5WCE128YW