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No, with evaporative cooling the idea is to have windows and doors open to allow for air to flow into the home and flush out the warm air. This creates a pressure barrier at exhaust areas so the warm air outside cannot get back inside. Because such a high velocity of air is required, if you were to zone evaporative cooling there is a high chance you would strip the cogs on a zone motor due to the air forcing its way past.

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