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Pioneer® 12,000 BTU 19 SEER 115V Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump System Full Set
Pioneer® 12,000 BTU 19 SEER 115V Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump System Full Set
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Fatshafts - 09/01/2016

Five Stars.

Great Product Great Seller.


Pioneer® 12,000 BTU 19 SEER 115V Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump System Full Set
Pioneer® 12,000 BTU 19 SEER 115V Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump System Full Set
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Traveler32 - 09/01/2016

Great unit, overall easy install, very happy with this purchase!

Purchased the 12000 BTU 115V 17 SEER model, Pioneer Air Conditioner WYS012AMFI17RL Ductless Inverter+ Mini-Split Heat Pump Complete System for a small rental property I am working on refurbishing and thus far I am fairly impressed with the unit. The install was far easier than I thought it was going to be. To start with I spent quite a bit of time researching code issues and general install considerations for this type of unit as this is my first time attempting an install of a mini-split . Armed with this I set out to do the majority of the install myself to include making a custom stand from 3/16" x 1.5" aluminum angle. The only really hard part was running the electrical line and while not complicated took a little time to route properly and get all the connections right. Not overly complicated thought. I installed the main line, 12/2 UF cable, (14/2 would have worked too for those who will bring the wire size up), running it to a junction box just outside the house where I further branched to an A/C disconnect box and then on to the outside unit itself. All outside lines were ran inside of 1/2" watertight conduit with the appropriate fittings. Again, nothing really complex just a little time consuming and really hot working in the attic of the rental. Next came mounting the bracket to the wall for the inside unit and drilling the 2.5" hole through the wall for the line set to exit the house. I was careful to locate the studs in the wall and made sure not to drill into them with the hole saw. Once the hole was drilled I then set out to connect the control cable to the inside unit so it could be ran outside the house with the refrigerant line set. This step was the cause of a little confusion at the beginning. First off, the color codes on the control wire and the diagrams on both the inside unit and outside unit were all completely different! For a few long minutes it was a head scratcher and then it dawned on me that the terminals on both the inside and outside unit had stickers on the wire terminal blocks, with the inside unit having the numbers 1-3 and the symbol for ground and the outside unit with numbers 1-3, L and N for Line and Neutral. Ground was quite evident. Anyway, despite the mixed up color codes and trying to make sense of them, simply make sure that the control wire colors correspond to the same numbers inside and out. In my case the control wire was black, red, white and green. So I arbitrarily assigned Black=1, Red =2, White=3 and of course Green to ground. The next problem I had was the control wire had pre-crimped connectors on both ends that would not fit the terminal block on the inside unit so I had to cut the connectors off in order to attach them to the terminal block on the inside unit. Not a big deal, simply another minor inconvenience with the install process. The factory connectors fit just fine on the outside unit. Now moving back to the outside unit. I custom built a stand out of aluminum angle that put the bottom of the unit about 22 inches above ground level. The stand was a simple matter of fitting together the aluminum angle and bolting it together then setting the legs in concrete. 1 and 1/4 bags of Quickcrete did the job just fine for setting the legs in 8" inches in a hole dug with a set of standard post hole diggers. If you go this route be sure to level the unit front to back and side to side. All total the cost of the stand was about $65.00 including the metal, nuts and bolts and concrete. After that, most of the "grunt" work was done and I had a friend who is a recently retired HVAC guy help with the rest of the install which included leak checking and pulling a vacuum on the line set prior to release of the refrigerant. Laying out the line set was easy and did not require a pipe bender. The few bends that were put in were done gently by hand. As for the connections the factory flares were great and instead of re-flaring the lines we opted to c...


Pioneer® 18,000 BTU 19 SEER 230V Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump System Full Set
Pioneer® 18,000 BTU 19 SEER 230V Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump System Full Set
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Paul M - 08/30/2016

Pioneer AC

Very easy install. Keeping about 800 sf very comfortable 70 deg.


Pioneer® 9,000 BTU 19 SEER 115V Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump System Full Set
Pioneer® 9,000 BTU 19 SEER 115V Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump System Full Set
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jbdind - 08/29/2016

Extremely happy with the unit.

Really like this unit. Was about $750 with accessories, plus $380 for licensed installer to put it in, compared to $2500 had I bought all from same installer. Works great. Super quiet. One nice feature it has that my older units don't have is that the temp setting lights up behind an opaque window on indoor half, about 1 inch tall numbers, when unit is on. This is a super buy.


Pioneer® 9,000 BTU 19 SEER 115V Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump System Full Set
Pioneer® 9,000 BTU 19 SEER 115V Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump System Full Set
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P. W - 08/28/2016

Great Tech. Support

Great product. fast delivery easy installation. Well versed phone-in technical help desk. Stayed late to answer call.


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