Installing split AC system

If I buy a split AC system (about 9,000 btu) online, what are chances that a registered electrician who has never installed such a system can install it successfully? Thanks. Ed
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Slim & none.
PS- Slim's in Texas
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If you were a pipefitter instead of an electrician you could do it.
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absoloutely totally zero.
Actually, it would likely be illegal for him to do so, as he wouldn't have a EPA certification to handle refrigerants.
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One can buy re-charged lineset.
http://www.randgsupply.com/Warehouse/HVAC/linesetsandstubkits.htm
http://www.portablecooling.com/portable-air-conditioners/split%20system%20Fischers.php
You don't even need pre-charged tube.
http://www0.shopping.com/xPR-Gree_Soleus_KFR_24G~RD-226494025348
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Actualy, you can do any damn thing you want..but here it would still be illegal.
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