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    Mitsubishi Mini Split system

    I have a sun room attached to my house with no heat and limited insulation. I want to add heat to this room. I would like to install a mini split system which is affordable. I was comparing between the Mitsubishi MSZ-GE12NA model and MSZ-FE12NA model. The room is about 200 sq foot. Which model will serve me the best? Thanks.

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    You need to do a load calculation to see what the load is first.
    I would go with the FE model, which gives you better heating down to -14.
    It also gives you I -see sensor which detects hot/cool spots and directs the air there.
    I install a lot of them here in Florida and my customers love them.


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    Where are you from? As myott noted, the FE model will provide more heat at colder temps.

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    There are cheaper brands of minisplit. Mitsubishi and daikan are the highest priced but are also the best quality.

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    I live in NY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtrammel View Post
    There are cheaper brands of minisplit. Mitsubishi and daikan are the highest priced but are also the best quality.
    And I see very little difference in quality and performance compare to Fujitsu and LG. Also the more expensive the unit the more expensive the parts for repairs, from what I see.

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