You could try increasing the extraction speed of your fan, so you get more air exchanges through the room. That really only works if you have an intake source that's cooler than your tent, though. Other than that, not much, unfortunately. In my experience, swamp coolers don't help enough to mess with.
yeah so i put the fan taking out door air to indoor problem is it is too hot outside so what ima do is a diy ac with ice and a igloo fridge and see if that can at least help for the rest of the day.thanx tho
When in doubt take them out! Sometimes when heat is dangerous to the health of the plant due to the confines of a tent or closet, I find a splash of a south facing window and a fan will keep them healthy and cool(morning and early afternoon direct light/moon light when it's full). Now this is asuming you have the freedom to grow without prejudice. LED's are great for a cooler Grow but they still give off heat. If you chose to keep them in the tent make sure you invest in a dehumidify because you could have a mold issue quickly if the climate isn't in check. Good luck.
here even tho it is just legal, we cannot take the plants outdoors, must be i a place where it is not visible to the public unfortunately, but im building a diy ac hope it will work