Quick review of the Pioneer Inverter Ultra High Efficiency Heat Pump 3 head mini split. Probably not a DIY situation because of the tools and Freon, but this gives you an idea what can be done.
00:12 The instructions left a bit to be desired
00:35 Drains were a bit of a challenge
01:05 The wiring
01:20 Could someone do this easily on their own?
01:35 They do have a quick connect system to look into
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So with the pioneer inverter ultra high efficiency heat pump. The instructions were a lot left to be desired. It was very difficult to get to where we needed to get, but we did get it, particularly Drew. We’ve got all the lines up, everything’s connected. The drains were a little bit of a challenge also because of the distance we’re having to carry.
So we put it in two Pexs. One of the connections out of three or four or five connections is not leaking and we don’t want that to happen. That is the drain connection. Everything else is working. Kicking out at 62. So Drew and Clay, particularly Drew did a good job getting everything squared away, the wiring. We had a minor problem.
The new, the different style disconnect kind of threw Clay for a loop, but Drew and Clay did a good job on it. Is it something that somebody can do easily on their own? First of all, you would not have the Freon available to you unless you are an air conditioned person. Then all the other tools that require like a vacuum pump and gauges and all those things would probably not be something that you could get your hands on.
They do have, according to Clay, a quick connect set up where the Freon is included. So that would be something I would look into if you were doing it for yourself. Otherwise, this is kind of for the person who is not going to do it to know what should be done or what it could look like and the person who is doing it.
Some tips on what we had to fight with and what can be done. So I hope that helps guys. We’ll see you next time.