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Build.com has EdgeStar 12000-BTU Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner w/ Heater (MSPLIT12000W) on sale for $699. Shipping is free. Thanks rsvpd

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  • Includes EdgeStar outdoor condenser and EdgeStar indoor wall unit. 12000 BTU cooling output and 13000 BTU heating output efficiently keeps your room at the perfect temperature year around
  • Manufacturer Warranty is five year limited warranty on parts and two year limited warranty on labor.

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build.com [build.com] has EdgeStar Single Zone 12000 BTU - 25 SEER - 208/230 Volt Mini Split Package w/ 12000 BTU Wall Unit (MSPLIT12000W) for $699. Shipping is free. Notes: limited stock; if product page shows Special Order then it's OOS
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Because shit isn't as cheap as people like you seem to act like. I got 3 quotes on an install, all of them 3800-5000. I paid 1200. So I saved $2600 for 20 hours of my life, learned a ton, during a time I work from home anyways (and get paid).
I just did the MrCool DIY 12k by myself with absolutely no experience. It's doable. I was very slow and steady, watched every install youtube I could find, learned about wiring disconnect boxes, put up rain displacement above it on the roof, how to use concrete anchors, covered the line set (brick house), many trips to hardware store, etc. Triple checked every part and step.

Did it across 3 days, probably 20 hours total. I'm confident I could do it in under 5 hours total if I had all the parts and knowledge I do now. The biggest DIY job I've done before this was probably mounting a TV and installing a new outlet for it.
That's incorrect. The lines on Mr Cool DIY series come presealed, prevacuumesd and have no moisture or air inside them.

They vacuum them at the factory and seal them on the ends. They have special fittings that as you tighten them it breaks the seal. There's no pump out needed unless you remove and reinstall the lines a second time.

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How much of the installation has to be "professional" to be covered?
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Yeah. Where to find installation guy?
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DIY friendly?
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Was looking at mrcool. Wonder what the difference is between this and mrcool besides the $1700 price. Wish I had the confidence to DIY.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oCHvWs96bvM
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Assuming it is precharged with R410A, other than a vacuum pump there is nothing specialized needed. I wouldn't be surprised if you could borrow the pump from autozone / advanced auto with their lend a tool program.
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I have an LG ceiling cassette. Can I use that instead of the wall mount that comes with this?
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Can anyone speak to how much it should cost to have a contractor install this?
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Can anyone speak to how much it should cost to have a contractor install this?
I am having two mini splits installed right now. The contractor is charging $500 per unit. One condenser and one blower installed would cost $1,000.

You will need to purchase line sets, control wire and line set covers on your own.
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Mr Cool at Costco for $1100. Uses regular 110V.

https://www.costco.com/mrcool-diy...73059.html
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I am having two mini splits installed right now. The contractor is charging $500 per unit. One condenser and one blower installed would cost $1,000.

You will need to purchase line sets, control wire and line set covers on your own.
Mind to share your location and how did you find the contractor?
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Assuming it is precharged with R410A, other than a vacuum pump there is nothing specialized needed. I wouldn't be surprised if you could borrow the pump from autozone / advanced
auto with their lend a tool program.
You need a lot more than just a vacuum pump. I did 5 units diy, still have 6 more to go... the right tools all together will cost you almost another $500 or so.
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I have an LG ceiling cassette. Can I use that instead of the wall mount that comes with this?
Not likely.
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For anyone who's asking, the Mr Cool Diy series comes with the linesets precharged so you don't have to pull vacuum when you install them. This also means you cannot adjust the length of your line sets so keep that in mind when you are buying one.

I have no input on this particular unit or brand, but one of my good friends is an HVAC guy. He told me he'll install anything I want, but is very adamant that Daiken is the only brand worth getting. Been wanting one for my garage for a couple of years and I'm holding out because I don't want to buy a $700 unit and have to replace it because I couldn't repair it in a couple of years.
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