questionsmy windows open out like doors how do i seal ac…

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Um, you actually signed up on this forum just to ask a question about how to fall within regulations of your Condo association? OK, might as well give you an answer then. Your suggestion sounds plausible; cutting holes into plexiglass, inserting your A/C hoses into it and adhering it to your window frame will work. Cost-wise; depends on what size you need. ePlastics sells a 2' x 4' section for $20. Here's their site:
http://www.eplastics.com/Plexiglass_Acrylic_Sheet_Clear
You're welcome.

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@zippy the pinhead: Good Links! Hopefully the OP will watch them.

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@dealseekerdude: Well, if he came here for an answer rather than youtube or some other option, doubt it.

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@mtm2: Perhaps relevant YouTube videos will be more informative than a simple answer. It's one of the first resources I use when trying to do something new. For most topics there are many more options than hoping for a complete & correct answer from a blog post.

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@zippy the pinhead: No doubt. Seen some of the videos that would be fine except for one step...and that step can make a difference.

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@zippy the pinhead: I still have to get used to the idea of youtube as an informational resource. I still tend to think of it as a place to go and watch funny animal videos or movie trailers. I rarely think of it as a place to go for how-to videos. But when I have looked there I have always found something helpful.

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@moondrake: Most savvy manufacturers now have a presence on YouTube, such as GoPro cameras and tons of building supply & technical firms. There are many how-to videos from dealers as well as users. Granted, you may have to sift through some amateur video but I have found that when I find a great one there are usually more from the same user. We paddle 18' touring kayaks and have spent hours watching instructional and travel vids.

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@mtm2: True, but it is also the case that a posted reply can have missing elements as well, and the reliability factor from a non-professional is also an issue.

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@zippy the pinhead: That sounds like a lot of fun! I once got to paddle the replica of a Viking longboat (not the big ocean going ones, this one was maybe 25 feet) at a World Sci-Fi Con in Baltimore. The club that built it had paddled some huge distance to get it there for us to enjoy it. We are working with some friends on planning a whitewater rafting trip to Taos Box Canyon over July 4th weekend, but some of them are a bit trepidatious as the last time we went on this trip it was a complete disaster and someone we didn't now in our rafting party died.