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3" is too big for the trunking to hide.nick639v2 wrote:Went today and finish buying my units. Just to find a good installer.
2 36k lennox - $6000 ea
2 12k daikin. - $2200 ea
Tempted to do one myself inno just for a try, have vacuum pump and everything but scared i mess up d dam ting.
Anyone knows Where i can get a 3” coring bit for my hammer drill to do those neat holes??
I have remotes for saleEFFECTIC DESIGNS wrote:pile of dog sheit AC remote won't work nothing functions in it just stuck on Auto even after pulling out battery and replacing with new ones.
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^ is one like that for a frigidaire. Wonder where I could even get one?
Currently stuck on using the rubbish piece of sheit Auto Mode which apparently puts the fan speed at 0 and cooling never goes below 24c
nick639v2 wrote:Yea post le prices... u know if they have 12k daikin?? I getting the 36k normal but 12k daikin an lennox giving me pressure to source
None in stock.shevondover wrote:nick639v2 wrote:Yea post le prices... u know if they have 12k daikin?? I getting the 36k normal but 12k daikin an lennox giving me pressure to source
Do let us know how you liking it.pugboy wrote:Just installed a daikin 12k inverter
Thats some good work man.nick639v2 wrote:Me lol.. jk
I try my hand on the 2 36k man.
Wasnt bad.. mount up, vacuum, test for leaks and shiz... hardest part was d bending and dealing with excess lines by the condenser.
nervewrecker wrote:Do let us know how you liking it.pugboy wrote:Just installed a daikin 12k inverter
I installed an inverter as my personal unit as well.
Holding back what I have to say right now.
rspann wrote:Nerve, is a good thing you have a permanent job, nick like he don't want you to mind your chirren?
nervewrecker wrote:We have a new major player in the game that buy out a whole shipment to control the market.
There is the cheap daikin and the original daikin back on the market but you don't want to know the price. They have one and a half unit in the country right now.
nervewrecker wrote:Also nick, should have invested in a dmm that does capacitance. Would come in handy.
I see you clamping current draw. Means you have a good idea what you doing. 90% of the guys out here dont know to do that. I hate when I go on a job and no wire to clamp. They does cut it short.
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