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  1. #14
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    Gah can you say oil trap?

    Yeah it's funny how manitowoc used to advise you to coil the excess length up, and now they advise to cut to length. I personally like to cut to length, it just looks better.

  2. #15
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    So when you cut the precharged line do you recover the refrigerant ?

  3. #16
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    I did a Fujitsu 2 head unit a while back and Distructions had a minimum length like 15ft or so. Had one of the wall units right on the other side of the wall had to stuff 10ft between the outdoor unit and the wall. Looked a lil better then That

  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Techlite
    I did a Fujitsu 2 head unit a while back and Distructions had a minimum length like 15ft or so. Had one of the wall units right on the other side of the wall had to stuff 10ft between the outdoor unit and the wall. Looked a lil better then That
    On the first multizone Fujitsu I installed 3 years ago, I didn't see that part of the manual and installed one indoor unit with a 8 foot line. It works fine.

  5. #18
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    Garbage!!!!!!

  6. #19
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    Hey they paid for a whole line set they got a whole line set

  7. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    So when you cut the precharged line do you recover the refrigerant ?
    You mean that's not nitrogen in those lines?

    I can't fix it if it won't stay broke..

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