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Submittal Sheet, Installation & Operation Manuals For MXZ8C 48NA

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How to choose the right Ductless Split Air Conditioners, will MXZ8C 48NA work for me?

Use our automated tool that will help determine btu's need based on size and other variable factors that effect heating and cooling of a room.

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What would it cost to repair MXZ8C 48NA

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Average cost to repair MXZ8C 48NA - Window Air Conditioners with Heat :

Depending on the issue you are having with MXZ8C 48NA (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 MXZ8C 48NA - Residential AC Systems :

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 MXZ8C 48NA :

Typically maintenance cost on MXZ8C 48NA 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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Any Jones
5-star Easy Install Aug 02, 2016

Using in warehouse to prevent pipes from freezing, but since the weather hasn't been very cold it is difficult to evaluate. The install was fairly easy.

Mel Dawson
5-star The Right Decision Jul 31, 2016

Replaced a 26-year-old attic fan with the CL-6400. It was the right move. Very quiet, and it moves a lot of air. Cools the house down nicely.

TINA SULLIVAN
5-star Fabulous Design Oct 01, 2016

Very simple and sleek design. Does a great job of heating my 350 sq ft office.

Guy Dawson
5-star Easy Install May 17, 2016

Using in warehouse to prevent pipes from freezing, but since the weather hasn't been very cold it is difficult to evaluate. The install was fairly easy.

Myrna Smith
5-star Goodman Furnace, 60000 Btu Oct 17, 2016

Very nice furnace, works great. I used all metal duct work in a cool basement. You lose a lot of heat just warming the duct work. You may want to use the insulated variety as it will not lose as much heat prior to reaching its final destination. I really don't care because I want some heat in my basement anyway. Also, you may want to move to a higher btu level to resolve this issue. If I had to do over, I would have gone with an 80,000 btu instead of the 60,000. All in all, it still gets the... more

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