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Smoking in Front of Air Conditioner?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by H-Pain, Aug 11, 2011.

  1. Alright, so I'm thinking of going out on my roof, through my window, for a smoke. However, I have my air conditioner on which makes enough noise for me to open the window, climb out, etc. My only question is, will the air conditioner suck the smoke in and let it out in my room? Any personal experience?
  2. #2 Aaron Getang, Aug 11, 2011
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    Most likely actually, if its a high quality one, maaybe. But try to blow the smoke away or above the back of it.
  3. Just smoke a few feet away from it on another spot on the roof, that way you don't have to worry about it.
  4. #4 DreamPCs, Aug 11, 2011
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    I don't see why this isn't the obvious answer. Just smoke away from the ac intake.
  5. Smoke away from the unit. Don't blow any smoke near there. How are you going to be smoking?
  6. #6 H-Pain, Aug 11, 2011
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    Joint. And haha thanks all of you. I'm just gonna sit on the other side of my roof and use a sploof to be safe. Thanks!
  7. The air will suck through. I could leave my balcony door a few inches open, and if the wind is blowing right (or not enough and the air is on) the smoke will suck right through. It wouldn't be as harsh since you're outside, but definitely stand quite a bit away from it if you're really worried.
  8. theres a filter on your ac to clean out air, wouldn't be a problem
  9. Alright, I'm gonna do it. Thanks guys
  10. I pass out when I take rips sometime.. I don't think smoking on your fucking roof's a good idea man.
  11. #11 d3thk0r3, Aug 11, 2011
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    You have more experience with the underside of bridges?
  12. #13 d3thk0r3, Aug 11, 2011
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    You is be a troll.
  13. No I'm seriously wondering wtf he's talking about and alot of others are probably too.
  14. If it works by heat induction (which most new ones do) the air it sucks in won't actually go into your room.

    The unit in your room sucks air in the top (check, it should have vents) and cools/heats it inside the wall unit then blows that air out, the roof unit is just there to treat the conduction medium that's used to heat/cool internal air.

    But check what style you have, because one way there's no possibility, and the other there's 100% certainty :p

    tbh: I'm really high, and while I know my shit I feel like it might be hard to understand up there ^.
    Tulips fucking rock.
  15. yesterday night i blazed and was found out because of the smoke being sucked in through the AC, same thing with today. Dont do it man be smart. so you dont have to feel paranoid
  16. insted of having the paranoia of it and sitting on a roof. why dont you just step out your door on the cement or grass and safely smoke. height will not matter in your high. :3
  17. #18 Mr. GreenLungs, Jul 26, 2016
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    I it's a portable A/C unit like I'm thinking it is then the air intake is on the inside and the back is only blowing out air. You won't have any problems with smoke going into your room
  18. Wow man if your AC is kicking out tones of carbon monoxide it might be time to get it inspected. Air conditioners recycle inside air which removes moisture as it cools. Puling in warm air from the outside would be very inefficient.

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