Question about Mitsubishi MSH12TN Air Conditioner
I am looking at puting a ductless heat pump system im my home and i dont know how relilable these systems. i was told that they dont work very will in temperatures around zero degrees. im currently looking at a Mr. Slim or Sanyo system.
Fixr is correct. I do not recommend using the Mitsubishi or Sanyo below 17 degrees. It may cost you a fortune in electricity below 50 degrees depending upon where you live. Mitsubishi is the better model.
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
Heat pumps do loose their heating capacity and efficiency as temps drop. If you decide to rely on a heat pump you may want to make sure that your system has a back up heat strip, maybe even controled with an outdoor thermostat, if that is an option. The Mitsubishi is a great product.
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
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