DIY MR COOL 2 Zone Mini Split in Minisplitwarehouse.com Buy the best air conditioner to cool down your home and get a better night’s sleep. Get DIY 2 Zone 22 SEER Ductless Mini Split Heat Pump AC by Mr Cool. Price: $2,699.99 ex. tax. Call us 877-770-3548 or visit our website.

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*This DIY MR COOL 2 Zone Mini Split Package Includes:

*(1) 2 Zone Outdoor Unit 27,000Btu (22 SEER)

Features Include:
∼Heats
 & Cools(5F)∼Gold Coated Coils∼7yrCompressor 5yrParts Warranty
Specifications
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DO NOT EXCEED THE ALLOWED INDOOR COMBINATION
Allowed Indoor Combinations
If you Upgrade Zone 1 to a 24K, the Outdoor Compressor needs to be Upgraded.
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(2) Indoor Units 9000Btu Wall Mount
(with Wireless Remotes & Wifi Kits)

*25′ DIY/Quick Connect Install Kits 
For Each Indoor Unit
(Copper & Wires)


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Kink Resistant
Simple to Use Screw-on
Quick Connect® Valves
Available in 16ft or 25ft lengths
Line sizes 1/4” and 3/8”
Multi-Zone Condenser
includes adapter for 24K Air
Handler (3/8”, 5/8” Line Size)
Leak Proof
No Vacuum Needed
100% Accurately Pre-charged
R-410A Refrigerant
Connect Line Sets Together to
Create Longer Length Using
the MRCOOL® DIY® Coupler

Multi-zone coverage is just one of the great features of a MRCOOL DIY Series. This Ductless Heat Pump Condenser brings you double the comfort and none of the wasted energy of your old-school central systems. Connect one Olympus air handler in your living room and another in your bedroom. Environmentally friendly R-410A refrigerant is part of this unit’s high SEER rating. Another plus: lifetime tech support!

Looking for a split system that can serve multiple zones in one system? Look no further! The MRCOOL ductless heat pump system has the flexibility that you have been looking for, this package will save you money on both efficiency, installation, and your purchase as it only requires one condensing unit.

This ductless multi-zone system can be used in many different applications, including an office meeting room, your home or gym. You can also wire these two units to operate them together if serving the same space, making it a truly dynamic system that should fit your installation needs.

With fantastic performance, and exceptional efficiency, you can expect this system to deliver comfort while saving you money on your monthly bills. Ultimately the higher the SEER rating, the more potential you have to save money. With this package you can have confidence with your purchase.

This unit also comes with great features that will alarm you if a problem were to ever arise, giving you time to call a service technician to diagnose the issue quickly. With automatic leak detection you’ll be notified if a leak is acknowledged in your system. If a leak is to occur, it’s important to diagnose and resolve the issue as soon as possible to prevent damage to your refrigeration circuit. Compressors are often the most expensive component to replace in a system, but with a 7 year compressor warranty, you can rest easy knowing you will get a replacement if it were to ever happen to you.

Pros of Using DIY UnitsCons of Using DIY Units
NO HVAC Contractor NeededHigher Cost Compared to Regular Units
Easy to Install, as long as you read & follow directionsMany problems, if you dont follow directions
Best for people with technical experienceNOT for people with no technical experience
Includes the components you need for a basic installDoesnt include everything you need for a full install
DIY troubleshoot if something goes wrong, they dont just replace a unit if you have a problem.
Have to DIY replacement parts (IE:PCB, Motors, etc)
Limit on copper line length, have to use the kits provided
Limited on indoor sizes, and only wall mount indoor units
No way to know if there are leaks in the coils
If there is a leak, you have to hire a HVAC tech to re-fill
Most people do not have the all the tools needed
Building Departments will not issue permits for DIY