Installing a Split Duct a/c-the DIY part


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Old 04-09-10, 10:05 PM
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Installing a Split Duct a/c-the DIY part

I'm looking to install a dual zone Sanyo split duct a/c 18000, in the kitchen-dayroom area, 12,000 in a living room. The house is a well insulated modular built in 2000. I'm going to run the lines and set the compressor out side. I will not make any connections, I'll let the pro handle that. I have a spare 220 line ready to be used. Just wondering what i should look out for.
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Old 04-10-10, 03:31 PM
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Have who ever is going to make the final refrigerant connects come over and explain what (and how) you can do and what he will need to do.
 
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You can also download the IOM on line . There is alot of good information on installation and operations.
 
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Old 04-11-10, 10:56 AM
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Is there anything that I should not do.
 
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Old 04-11-10, 11:23 AM
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By law the only thing you can't do is anything involving the flow of refrigerant.

You can set and wire the units. You can even run the lineset. But, you can't connect the lineset to the outdoor unit (where the refrigerant is). You can't evacuate the air and moisture from the lineset and indoor unit. You can't ope the outdoor unit service valves and let the refrigerant out into the system.
 
 

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