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Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V

Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V

Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
Senville SENL-09CD Mini Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 9000 BTU 110/120V
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Features

  • 4-in-1 Mini Split Air Conditioner with Heat Pump. Built-In Air Conditioning, Heating (Up to 5F/-15C), Dehumidifier, Fan and Turbo Function.
  • Great for Bedrooms, Additions, Living Rooms, Garages, and Commercial Applications. Can Be Installed in Virtually Any Home, Condo or Space.
  • Whisper Quiet Operation (25dB). Energy Efficient Consumption and Engineered for the Harshest Climates.
  • 5 Year Manufacturer . Senville Trusted Quality and Design. Free Technical & Installation Support Included.
  • Includes 16 Ft. Installation Kit with Communication Cable and Copper Lines (Pre-Flared) and Remote Control. R410A Pre-Charged (25 Ft. ) *Requires Professional Installation.

Description

A great way to heat and cool your home all year round. Designed with Inverter technology, our air conditioner / heat pumps provide you with an efficient way to give your home complete climate control. The LETO Series by Senville, is an affordable and efficient way to cool and heat your home. This mini split air conditioner and heat pump (up to 5F/-15C) is a great permanent addition to any home or business. With SEER ratings as high as 19, the LETO Series, offers powerful cooling, heating and dehumidification functions. *Please note: Requires professional installation.


Product Dimensions 26 x 10.43 x 21.26 inches


Item Weight 66.1 pounds


Manufacturer Senville


ASIN B00UV3LGPY


Item model number SENL-09CD


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 955 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #9,890 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #1 in Split-System Air Conditioners


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Specification met ETL Listed


Is Assembly Required? No


Warranty Description 2 years (parts) / 5 year (compressor). Labor not included., Technical support included. Avail. Toll-free 5 days a week.


Batteries Required No


Import Designation Imported


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 4-in-1 Mini Split Air Conditioner with Heat Pump. Built-In Air Conditioning, Heating (Up to 5F/-15C), Dehumidifier, Fan and Turbo Function.
  • Great for Bedrooms, Additions, Living Rooms, Garages, and Commercial Applications. Can Be Installed in Virtually Any Home, Condo or Space.
  • Whisper Quiet Operation (25dB). Energy Efficient Consumption and Engineered for the Harshest Climates.
  • 5 Year Manufacturer . Senville Trusted Quality and Design. Free Technical & Installation Support Included.
  • Includes 16 Ft. Installation Kit with Communication Cable and Copper Lines (Pre-Flared) and Remote Control. R410A Pre-Charged (25 Ft. ) *Requires Professional Installation.

Description

A great way to heat and cool your home all year round. Designed with Inverter technology, our air conditioner / heat pumps provide you with an efficient way to give your home complete climate control. The LETO Series by Senville, is an affordable and efficient way to cool and heat your home. This mini split air conditioner and heat pump (up to 5F/-15C) is a great permanent addition to any home or business. With SEER ratings as high as 19, the LETO Series, offers powerful cooling, heating and dehumidification functions. *Please note: Requires professional installation.


Product Dimensions 26 x 10.43 x 21.26 inches


Item Weight 66.1 pounds


Manufacturer Senville


ASIN B00UV3LGPY


Item model number SENL-09CD


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 955 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #9,890 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #1 in Split-System Air Conditioners


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Specification met ETL Listed


Is Assembly Required? No


Warranty Description 2 years (parts) / 5 year (compressor). Labor not included., Technical support included. Avail. Toll-free 5 days a week.


Batteries Required No


Import Designation Imported


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 4-in-1 Mini Split Air Conditioner with Heat Pump. Built-In Air Conditioning, Heating (Up to 5F/-15C), Dehumidifier, Fan and Turbo Function.
  • Great for Bedrooms, Additions, Living Rooms, Garages, and Commercial Applications. Can Be Installed in Virtually Any Home, Condo or Space.
  • Whisper Quiet Operation (25dB). Energy Efficient Consumption and Engineered for the Harshest Climates.
  • 5 Year Manufacturer . Senville Trusted Quality and Design. Free Technical & Installation Support Included.
  • Includes 16 Ft. Installation Kit with Communication Cable and Copper Lines (Pre-Flared) and Remote Control. R410A Pre-Charged (25 Ft. ) *Requires Professional Installation.

Description

A great way to heat and cool your home all year round. Designed with Inverter technology, our air conditioner / heat pumps provide you with an efficient way to give your home complete climate control. The LETO Series by Senville, is an affordable and efficient way to cool and heat your home. This mini split air conditioner and heat pump (up to 5F/-15C) is a great permanent addition to any home or business. With SEER ratings as high as 19, the LETO Series, offers powerful cooling, heating and dehumidification functions. *Please note: Requires professional installation.


Product Dimensions 26 x 10.43 x 21.26 inches


Item Weight 66.1 pounds


Manufacturer Senville


ASIN B00UV3LGPY


Item model number SENL-09CD


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 955 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #9,890 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #1 in Split-System Air Conditioners


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Specification met ETL Listed


Is Assembly Required? No


Warranty Description 2 years (parts) / 5 year (compressor). Labor not included., Technical support included. Avail. Toll-free 5 days a week.


Batteries Required No


Import Designation Imported


abunda_amazon_reviews This is my first mini split system, works great! Super quite both inside and out, uses very little electricity, 110v means easy to run power to it. Does require some specially hvac tools you'll need to install. Copper line flare tool ($30) Copper line cutter ($10) R410a gauge/servicing set ($50) Vacuum pump ($50) Torque wrench set (open crescent, not socket);;Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Watch YouTube videos on how to install first.;;Bryan;;;This is an initial review following installation. Installation was easy and took about six hours with two people. I live in Michigan near Lake Huron. I’m using the LETO 24000 BTU mini split in my man cave which is a detached building with a garage and a 700sqft finished living area. Temp outside is right around freezing when I installed the unit. Once up and running it heated the room quickly. I’m anxious to see my electric bill next month; running a space heater and portable AC increased my bill about $100 a month. I’m hoping that will decrease. This listing could have been more helpful and should include a checklist of all items necessary for installation. While I understand it is recommended that an electrician and HVAC pro should install, it’s still nice to know what pieces are required. In addition to the mini split package I had to purchase a breaker for the main panel, wire to run power from panel to exterior disconnect, a whip to connect the condenser to the disconnect, several cable clamps, straps for hanging the electrical and vacuum lines on the exterior of the building, a vacuum port adapter, caulk and spray foam to fill in any holes that are drilled. I also bought the optional wall mount but did not buy the optional exterior duct. The install manual isn’t overly complicated, but it also doesn’t go into great detail. It is a generic manual that could probably be used for many mini splits on the market. In the install manual it suggests that the minimum size hole saw used to run the power and vacuum lines through the wall is 2.5”. However the optional wall sleeve that comes in the install kit is 4”. In hind sight I probably should have drilled the 2.5” hole and not used the sleeve. I filled the sleeve with blown in insulation. Hanging the head was easy, routing the power/control line through the head was not. You’ll need a wire clamp which is not included nor is it suggested in the manual. If you use the 3/4” whip, you’ll need a drill bit to ream the hole where power is connected to the condenser. The lines that are attached to the head unit are charged/sealed. However the vacuum lines in the installation kit are not charged. Fortunately I have a friend who does HVAC and he had the compressor and gauges. We did have to buy the vacuum adapter. You may need to adjust the length of the vacuum lines that come in the install kit, so you may need a flaring tool. Don’t forget to put the nuts on before you flare! I’ll briefly review the optional exterior wall mount I bought separately on Amazon; I could only hit two studs. Check the length of the bracket that attaches to the exterior wall and the positions of the holes. Also make sure you measure for the position of the feet on the condenser and properly space the hanging brackets before attaching to the wall. It’s not brain surgery but it can be frustrating if you don’t plan well. I’ll post an update after using the unit for a while and share more about use and cost to run the unit.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Easy Installation When Properly Planned;;Kirk;;;My unit no longer provides heating or air conditioning and I have called the company 4x. Each time they say they will help and will call me later with s plan. Never a return call. Don’t know what to do.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Won’t do what they say they will-defective product;;judy myers;;;Fantastic option for a travel RV van. You will need a full AC power inverter setup but at less then 1000 watt run consumption this unit is very practical.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Sprinter Mini Split;;Brian F.;;;I installed this in my master bedroom when doing a master bath remodel. I mounted on an inside wall and routed the lineset inside the wall to the outside where my other condensors sit. The thing is super quiet with fan on slow and it helps keep our master BR at the right temperature for comfortable sleeping. I did purchase the recommended adapter for connecting a standard gauge set and it was necessary. I pumped down the lineset and evaporator for about 30 minutes with valve core removed and did a pressure test with compressed air before evacuating again (with valve core installed), and charging the lineset with 410a as a final check before opening the service valves. I also bought a small bottle of nylog which I read is helpful to prevent slow leaks on the 4 flare type fittings that the lineset uses. I put a dab on the sealing surfaces of all 4 fittings. I suppose that it may be possible for an inexperienced DIY installer to have success without using a vacuum pump by just cracking the service valves and purging the lines with a little of the included 410a but this is not a legal practice and may leave the unit low on freon (besides leaving it subject to issues from moisture in the lines and evaporator.) I mounted the condensor on brackets that I bought on amazon and I ordered some vibration isolation feet. Since I didn't have the feet when I did the install I just put in a couple of bolts loosely and used cable ties to secure the condensor to the brackets for initial test. The thing is so quiet and smooth that I really didn't need those vibration isolation feet. Both the senville unit and the aftermarket brackets that I bought came with some kind of rubber pads but I didn't see how those could fit or do any good. The bolt holes did line up but the holes are quite large and the mating surfaces of the condensor and brackets are not flat so its not a very good looking fit. Washers are needed to bolt it down. The photos show the current status and I plan to add some more insulation to the lineset and tape and seal it up. I coiled some excess length outside by the unit so that I may have flexibility to move it a bit in the future. I wanted to avoid having it placed too close to the outlet or inlet of my nearby larger condensors so as to avoid breathing preheated air or feeding preheated air to the other units. I routed the condensate line in PVC inside the wall and left the connection to it where it will be accesible inside a bathroom closet behind the evaporator in case it needs to be cleared or flushed with bleach;;Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;cool and quiet;;TX gadget nut;;;I am very satisfied with this unit, works great. Installed my self with ease, no problem from start to finish. Also customer service was on point with every aspect I needed assistance with.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Works great!;;ANGEL TORRES;;;Installation was fairly easy. The unit has run great from the first fire up. I would suggest more detailed instructions on the wiring. A novice would run into a few questions. The wire access panel on the outside unit needs to be reworked. Putting water right connections on top of having to wire the voltage and remote wire made installing the wires on the the outside unit a bit aggravating. I recommend buying the outside mounting bracket it is a clean inexpensive way to ensure the unit is secure. Overall I don't regret the purchase at all.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Installation was fairly easy. The unit has run great from the first ...;;Tim Camp

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bryan - Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2018
Watch YouTube videos on how to install first.
This is my first mini split system, works great! Super quite both inside and out, uses very little electricity, 110v means easy to run power to it. Does require some specially hvac tools you'll need to install. Copper line flare tool ($30) Copper line cutter ($10) R410a gauge/servicing set ($50) Vacuum pump ($50) Torque wrench set (open crescent, not socket)

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Kirk - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018
Easy Installation When Properly Planned
This is an initial review following installation. Installation was easy and took about six hours with two people. I live in Michigan near Lake Huron. I’m using the LETO 24000 BTU mini split in my man cave which is a detached building with a garage and a 700sqft finished living area. Temp outside is right around freezing when I installed the unit. Once up and running it heated the room quickly. I’m anxious to see my electric bill next month; running a space heater and portable AC increased my bill about $100 a month. I’m hoping that will decrease. This listing could have been more helpful and should include a checklist of all items necessary for installation. While I understand it is recommended that an electrician and HVAC pro should install, it’s still nice to know what pieces are required. In addition to the mini split package I had to purchase a breaker for the main panel, wire to run power from panel to exterior disconnect, a whip to connect the condenser to the disconnect, several cable clamps, straps for hanging the electrical and vacuum lines on the exterior of the building, a vacuum port adapter, caulk and spray foam to fill in any holes that are drilled. I also bought the optional wall mount but did not buy the optional exterior duct. The install manual isn’t overly complicated, but it also doesn’t go into great detail. It is a generic manual that could probably be used for many mini splits on the market. In the install manual it suggests that the minimum size hole saw used to run the power and vacuum lines through the wall is 2.5”. However the optional wall sleeve that comes in the install kit is 4”. In hind sight I probably should have drilled the 2.5” hole and not used the sleeve. I filled the sleeve with blown in insulation. Hanging the head was easy, routing the power/control line through the head was not. You’ll need a wire clamp which is not included nor is it suggested in the manual. If you use the 3/4” whip, you’ll need a drill bit to ream the hole where power is connected to the condenser. The lines that are attached to the head unit are charged/sealed. However the vacuum lines in the installation kit are not charged. Fortunately I have a friend who does HVAC and he had the compressor and gauges. We did have to buy the vacuum adapter. You may need to adjust the length of the vacuum lines that come in the install kit, so you may need a flaring tool. Don’t forget to put the nuts on before you flare! I’ll briefly review the optional exterior wall mount I bought separately on Amazon; I could only hit two studs. Check the length of the bracket that attaches to the exterior wall and the positions of the holes. Also make sure you measure for the position of the feet on the condenser and properly space the hanging brackets before attaching to the wall. It’s not brain surgery but it can be frustrating if you don’t plan well. I’ll post an update after using the unit for a while and share more about use and cost to run the unit.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By judy myers - Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2019
Won’t do what they say they will-defective product
My unit no longer provides heating or air conditioning and I have called the company 4x. Each time they say they will help and will call me later with s plan. Never a return call. Don’t know what to do.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Brian F. - Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2018
Sprinter Mini Split
Fantastic option for a travel RV van. You will need a full AC power inverter setup but at less then 1000 watt run consumption this unit is very practical.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By TX gadget nut - Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2017
cool and quiet
I installed this in my master bedroom when doing a master bath remodel. I mounted on an inside wall and routed the lineset inside the wall to the outside where my other condensors sit. The thing is super quiet with fan on slow and it helps keep our master BR at the right temperature for comfortable sleeping. I did purchase the recommended adapter for connecting a standard gauge set and it was necessary. I pumped down the lineset and evaporator for about 30 minutes with valve core removed and did a pressure test with compressed air before evacuating again (with valve core installed), and charging the lineset with 410a as a final check before opening the service valves. I also bought a small bottle of nylog which I read is helpful to prevent slow leaks on the 4 flare type fittings that the lineset uses. I put a dab on the sealing surfaces of all 4 fittings. I suppose that it may be possible for an inexperienced DIY installer to have success without using a vacuum pump by just cracking the service valves and purging the lines with a little of the included 410a but this is not a legal practice and may leave the unit low on freon (besides leaving it subject to issues from moisture in the lines and evaporator.) I mounted the condensor on brackets that I bought on amazon and I ordered some vibration isolation feet. Since I didn't have the feet when I did the install I just put in a couple of bolts loosely and used cable ties to secure the condensor to the brackets for initial test. The thing is so quiet and smooth that I really didn't need those vibration isolation feet. Both the senville unit and the aftermarket brackets that I bought came with some kind of rubber pads but I didn't see how those could fit or do any good. The bolt holes did line up but the holes are quite large and the mating surfaces of the condensor and brackets are not flat so its not a very good looking fit. Washers are needed to bolt it down. The photos show the current status and I plan to add some more insulation to the lineset and tape and seal it up. I coiled some excess length outside by the unit so that I may have flexibility to move it a bit in the future. I wanted to avoid having it placed too close to the outlet or inlet of my nearby larger condensors so as to avoid breathing preheated air or feeding preheated air to the other units. I routed the condensate line in PVC inside the wall and left the connection to it where it will be accesible inside a bathroom closet behind the evaporator in case it needs to be cleared or flushed with bleach

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ANGEL TORRES - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2017
Works great!
I am very satisfied with this unit, works great. Installed my self with ease, no problem from start to finish. Also customer service was on point with every aspect I needed assistance with.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Tim Camp - Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2018
Installation was fairly easy. The unit has run great from the first ...
Installation was fairly easy. The unit has run great from the first fire up. I would suggest more detailed instructions on the wiring. A novice would run into a few questions. The wire access panel on the outside unit needs to be reworked. Putting water right connections on top of having to wire the voltage and remote wire made installing the wires on the the outside unit a bit aggravating. I recommend buying the outside mounting bracket it is a clean inexpensive way to ensure the unit is secure. Overall I don't regret the purchase at all.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bryan - Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2018
Watch YouTube videos on how to install first.
This is my first mini split system, works great! Super quite both inside and out, uses very little electricity, 110v means easy to run power to it. Does require some specially hvac tools you'll need to install. Copper line flare tool ($30) Copper line cutter ($10) R410a gauge/servicing set ($50) Vacuum pump ($50) Torque wrench set (open crescent, not socket)

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Kirk - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018
Easy Installation When Properly Planned
This is an initial review following installation. Installation was easy and took about six hours with two people. I live in Michigan near Lake Huron. I’m using the LETO 24000 BTU mini split in my man cave which is a detached building with a garage and a 700sqft finished living area. Temp outside is right around freezing when I installed the unit. Once up and running it heated the room quickly. I’m anxious to see my electric bill next month; running a space heater and portable AC increased my bill about $100 a month. I’m hoping that will decrease. This listing could have been more helpful and should include a checklist of all items necessary for installation. While I understand it is recommended that an electrician and HVAC pro should install, it’s still nice to know what pieces are required. In addition to the mini split package I had to purchase a breaker for the main panel, wire to run power from panel to exterior disconnect, a whip to connect the condenser to the disconnect, several cable clamps, straps for hanging the electrical and vacuum lines on the exterior of the building, a vacuum port adapter, caulk and spray foam to fill in any holes that are drilled. I also bought the optional wall mount but did not buy the optional exterior duct. The install manual isn’t overly complicated, but it also doesn’t go into great detail. It is a generic manual that could probably be used for many mini splits on the market. In the install manual it suggests that the minimum size hole saw used to run the power and vacuum lines through the wall is 2.5”. However the optional wall sleeve that comes in the install kit is 4”. In hind sight I probably should have drilled the 2.5” hole and not used the sleeve. I filled the sleeve with blown in insulation. Hanging the head was easy, routing the power/control line through the head was not. You’ll need a wire clamp which is not included nor is it suggested in the manual. If you use the 3/4” whip, you’ll need a drill bit to ream the hole where power is connected to the condenser. The lines that are attached to the head unit are charged/sealed. However the vacuum lines in the installation kit are not charged. Fortunately I have a friend who does HVAC and he had the compressor and gauges. We did have to buy the vacuum adapter. You may need to adjust the length of the vacuum lines that come in the install kit, so you may need a flaring tool. Don’t forget to put the nuts on before you flare! I’ll briefly review the optional exterior wall mount I bought separately on Amazon; I could only hit two studs. Check the length of the bracket that attaches to the exterior wall and the positions of the holes. Also make sure you measure for the position of the feet on the condenser and properly space the hanging brackets before attaching to the wall. It’s not brain surgery but it can be frustrating if you don’t plan well. I’ll post an update after using the unit for a while and share more about use and cost to run the unit.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By judy myers - Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2019
Won’t do what they say they will-defective product
My unit no longer provides heating or air conditioning and I have called the company 4x. Each time they say they will help and will call me later with s plan. Never a return call. Don’t know what to do.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Brian F. - Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2018
Sprinter Mini Split
Fantastic option for a travel RV van. You will need a full AC power inverter setup but at less then 1000 watt run consumption this unit is very practical.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By TX gadget nut - Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2017
cool and quiet
I installed this in my master bedroom when doing a master bath remodel. I mounted on an inside wall and routed the lineset inside the wall to the outside where my other condensors sit. The thing is super quiet with fan on slow and it helps keep our master BR at the right temperature for comfortable sleeping. I did purchase the recommended adapter for connecting a standard gauge set and it was necessary. I pumped down the lineset and evaporator for about 30 minutes with valve core removed and did a pressure test with compressed air before evacuating again (with valve core installed), and charging the lineset with 410a as a final check before opening the service valves. I also bought a small bottle of nylog which I read is helpful to prevent slow leaks on the 4 flare type fittings that the lineset uses. I put a dab on the sealing surfaces of all 4 fittings. I suppose that it may be possible for an inexperienced DIY installer to have success without using a vacuum pump by just cracking the service valves and purging the lines with a little of the included 410a but this is not a legal practice and may leave the unit low on freon (besides leaving it subject to issues from moisture in the lines and evaporator.) I mounted the condensor on brackets that I bought on amazon and I ordered some vibration isolation feet. Since I didn't have the feet when I did the install I just put in a couple of bolts loosely and used cable ties to secure the condensor to the brackets for initial test. The thing is so quiet and smooth that I really didn't need those vibration isolation feet. Both the senville unit and the aftermarket brackets that I bought came with some kind of rubber pads but I didn't see how those could fit or do any good. The bolt holes did line up but the holes are quite large and the mating surfaces of the condensor and brackets are not flat so its not a very good looking fit. Washers are needed to bolt it down. The photos show the current status and I plan to add some more insulation to the lineset and tape and seal it up. I coiled some excess length outside by the unit so that I may have flexibility to move it a bit in the future. I wanted to avoid having it placed too close to the outlet or inlet of my nearby larger condensors so as to avoid breathing preheated air or feeding preheated air to the other units. I routed the condensate line in PVC inside the wall and left the connection to it where it will be accesible inside a bathroom closet behind the evaporator in case it needs to be cleared or flushed with bleach

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ANGEL TORRES - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2017
Works great!
I am very satisfied with this unit, works great. Installed my self with ease, no problem from start to finish. Also customer service was on point with every aspect I needed assistance with.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Tim Camp - Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2018
Installation was fairly easy. The unit has run great from the first ...
Installation was fairly easy. The unit has run great from the first fire up. I would suggest more detailed instructions on the wiring. A novice would run into a few questions. The wire access panel on the outside unit needs to be reworked. Putting water right connections on top of having to wire the voltage and remote wire made installing the wires on the the outside unit a bit aggravating. I recommend buying the outside mounting bracket it is a clean inexpensive way to ensure the unit is secure. Overall I don't regret the purchase at all.