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Pioneer 9K BTU Ductless Mini Split Inverter Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Pioneer 9K BTU 0.75 Ton 20 SEER Ductless Mini Split Wall Mounted Inverter Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump (WYT009ALFI19RL) on sale for $554.99. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • Cooling capacity: 9,000 BTU/hour with 20.0 SEER efficiency
  • Heating capacity: 9,000 BTU/H with 10.5 HSPF efficiency
  • Voltage: 110-Volt - 120-Volt, 60Hz, 1Ph
  • Complete system set including: indoor (fan coil) section, outdoor (condenser) section, wireless remote controller with remote holder, 16 ft. L line set with other installation accessories, free vibration absorber feet for the condensing unit
  • Unsurpassed support hotline covering installation, use, troubleshooting, warranty and parts issues
  • Built with the latest technologies using pulse width modulation driven DC inverter compressor and variable speed DC inverter fan motors for high performance and low power consumption
  • Pioneer is the best choice for pros and homeowners with the highest ratings for consumer satisfaction
  • Certified by: ETL, AHRI, DOE for safety, performance and efficiency
  • Diamante series carries a full line of low-ambient wall-mounted mini splits with capacities ranging from 9,000 BTU/hour to 36,000 BTU/hour for various residential and light commercial applications
  • R410A pre-charged outdoor unit, accommodating line lengths up to 25 ft. long

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Special deal of day ends in roughly 12hrs. looks like a good price

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ihateu3 asked this question on 06-16-2022 at 03:26 PM
06-16-2022 at 03:26 PM
not easy. Took my handyman a day and he causes a Freon leak. Cost hundreds to fix. He is usually excellent
06-16-2022 at 03:26 PM
Easy for an average handy person. The only thing you will need to buy about $150-250 in tools to do it right. Mostly just a vacuum pump, and guage set and adapter.
06-16-2022 at 03:26 PM
It's a process depending where you are installing. Took me a week getting it fully installed in our second floor master. I took my time and did a lot of research. I opted to pressure and vacuum test the unit, then performed a triple evac before releasing the freon. Thankfully I had a friend who handled the electrical. We love ours. Central AC goes to 76 at night and we set our mini split to 62 and sleep good
ChicagoHustler asked this question on 06-16-2022 at 03:21 PM
06-16-2022 at 03:21 PM
No. Needs a dedicated circuit with a 25A breaker. It draws 17A. https://www.pdhvac.com/site/downloads/brochures/WYT-19-2020.pdf

Edit: direct link doesn't work, check "Technical Brochure" on manufacturer's page: https://www.pioneerminisplit.com/products/wyt-serie-9-000-btu-ductless-dc-inverter-mini-split-air-conditioner-heat-pump-115-vac
06-19-2022 at 05:05 AM
Yes. The 17A draw mentioned above is "minimum circuit ampacity", which is just saying what the wire must be rated for. 14 awg is good for up to 20 amp. I will likely be putting in 12 awg/4 strand just to be future-ready in case I switch to 230v or whatever at some point.

The max amperage draw is 8.5A cooling and 8.7A heating, so 15A breaker should be plenty. The max is a 25A breaker as stated on that same page.

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Easy for an average handy person. The only thing you will need to buy about $150-250 in tools to do it right. Mostly just a vacuum pump, and guage set and adapter.
This is absolutely not true for most cases. Usage is billed by kWh, not kAh.

The utilities aren't that dense.

https://inspectapedia.com/electri..._Volts.php
If you don't have a drill already, you probably aren't capable of installing this yourself. Now a 3" hole saw, not everyone has.

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I bought a 9k Bosch 22 Seer 110V on sale from Spreetree a few months ago. Bosch 110V 9k air handlers have been dc. Could I use the air handler of this one?

FYI this is only $35 lees than Senville on eBay after the 15% off coupon that expires on 6/19. They added a 10% extra coupon so ~ same price now.

I bought it. So I'll answer my own ? in a couple weeks.
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Does this really have WiFi as shipped ?
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Good deal. I have one of these and it's been going strong for almost 4 years now.
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Does this really have WiFi as shipped ?
you have to buy the dongle
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How hard are these to install?
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The computer board of the heat pump died in 2 years. Not worth repairing.
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How hard are these to install?
Easy for an average handy person. The only thing you will need to buy about $150-250 in tools to do it right. Mostly just a vacuum pump, and guage set and adapter.
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I'm waiting for the 12k BTU to go on sale. I missed the last one.
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*sigh* I really hate this website sometimes.

In for one. Building a basement office and this will do nicely to keep the temps just right in there. It's oversized for the size of the room but 9k BTU seems to be the smallest you can go. I'll just have to keep an eye on how long it runs to avoid short cycling it.
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Easy for an average handy person. The only thing you will need to buy about $150-250 in tools to do it right. Mostly just a vacuum pump, and guage set and adapter.
You can borrow the Vacuum pump from a auto parts store and buy the gauge set from homedepot for under $30. I believe that if you buy the guage set you dont need the adapter
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