After all that craziness, we supposedly had a working air conditioning unit.
Just like in the USA, when someone installs something, you always want to make sure it works right before they leave the apartment.
Well, this is doubly true in China because all of the controls are in Chinese script and we sure as heck can’t read those instructions.
So, we let our landlords check it and then explain it to us.
They seemed to have bought the most simple remote control because this one only has about 5 buttons and we’ve seen some that have over 20.
Yes, over 20 different buttons for a simple air conditioner.
Thankfully, when our landlord pushed the power button, the air conditioning turned on and it works perfectly.
We could not be more thankful and happy to be living where we are and to have the amazing landlords we have at this time.
Also, thanks to the wonderful installation guys and the quick work they did.
Overall, it probably took about 45 minutes to remove and install the air conditioning units.
By the way, it has been hovering around 95-100 degrees a day in the past week in Beijing.
Luckily, Jill and I have been sitting by the beaches in Turkey and will soon be headed to Greece instead of having to deal with the heat and pollution of Beijing.