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Submittal Sheet, Installation & Operation Manuals For MXZ-8C48 MSZGL06

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How to choose the right Ductless HVAC, will MXZ-8C48 MSZGL06 work for me?

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What would it cost to repair MXZ-8C48 MSZGL06

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Average cost to repair MXZ-8C48 MSZGL06 - DIY Air Conditioner Guide :

Depending on the issue you are having with MXZ-8C48 MSZGL06 (whether its low on refrigerant or if the compressor quit working for example), it can range from $50 service call to $500 on repair cost.

Typical cost to install MXZ-8C48 MSZGL06 - Electric AC & Heat Pump Units :

Based on your geographical location and depending upon how many contractors in town are competing for your job, this can typically range from $500- $1100 per room basis.

Cost of Maintenance for MXZ-8C48 MSZGL06 :

Typically maintenance cost on MXZ-8C48 MSZGL06 is minimal, it may only need cleaning on monthly basis. Unless you need air filters that can range from $10-$100 in some cases depending upon brand and availibility.

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Product Reviews On MXZ-8C48 MSZGL06

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8,922 Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars

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Joe Cosby
5-star Fgc 6xl, 483 Cfm Sep 02, 2016

One fan, and A coil is not freezing up has run from 6 am till now -- 7:30pm at 93 degrees outside temp---- other two should be coming to their new home soon

MARK THOMAS
5-star Really Nice Heater At A Great Price Jul 15, 2016

I actually bought 5 Pensotti Wall Panel Radiators, 3 of the 20" x 24" and two of these 20" X 48" units. They are replacing hot water baseboard heaters in a basement apartment. These heaters are stylish, extremely efficient and are priced very nicely. Installation was a snap using the included hardware, HOWEVER, I highly recommend purchasing an extra set of brackets for the 20" x 48" heater due to its weight. I used 3 brackets on each heater for a rock solid... more

RAUL FLEMING
5-star Runtal Uf - 1,540 Btu - Hydronic Baseboard Radiator - 9" H - 24" W - 2" D Review Sep 01, 2016

Expensive but is a nicely manufactured product.

WALTER HILL
5-star Kiss "keep It Simple Stup**" Aug 12, 2016

OK, first thing to do is to consider the space, (including walls and doors) you are trying to condition. Envision the air flow between where the air will eventually come in and where it will be exhausted once you install the ductwork. Lastly, based on the inlet and exhaust locations, figure out where you want to position the unit you are going to use. Now there are lot's of installation tips an experienced professional can offer you while going through this process, but common sense and a... more

EMMA SALAZAR
5-star Very Good Product Feb 24, 2016

once we got it working it great.

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