Can I move my RCAC from one room to another?

Can I move my RCAC from one room to another?

This depends on the type you have this is possible for portable systems but not for a single-split, multi-split or ducted system. 
Instead, you could consider a heat transfer duct, providing the RCAC has enough capacity to air condition the extra space. 

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