What is a diagram of an air conditioner system?

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Air conditioner systems come in different types and sizes. There are wall-mounted air conditioning systems that are made on a small scale to cool one room at a time. A central air conditioning system can cool an entire house or building, with part of the unit located outside and another part of the unit usually located next to a furnace or hot water heater in a garage or basement. The compressor is the central part of a large air conditioning system and if it breaks, a replacement part will be necessary. Diagrams of central air conditioning systems can be found online at sites like Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Guide.
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