Your choice of words "the real facts is"
My typo "you for your"
The difference my illiterate imbecilic friend is that you chose those
words and committed the grammatical error consciously. My typo was spawn
from the fact that I type 80 words per minute and my "r" key sometimes
does not register a keystroke. The only error I made was to not proof read
what I wrote. Since my accuracy is up in the 90's, I frequently send
without proof reading. Typos are a fact of life for those of us who type
fast. However you simpering nincompoop, errors in grammar by people like
you who hammer on others over the mistakes they make are just a little of
that negative Karma coming back your way, pal. Get used to it there will
be much, much more coming your way unless you drop the holier than thou
Feel free to have the last word here (that is if you can string together a
group of words that actually makes some sense.)
Rated Voltage Indoor: 36V DC
Rated AMPS: 11.1
Minimum Circuit Ampacity: 20
Maximum Overcurrent Protection: 20
Indoor W x H x D (inches): 22 13/32 x 22 13/32 x 65 3/8
Indoor Weight (lbs.) : 24.9
Outdoor W x H x D (inches) : 40 5/32 x 34 3/16 x 17 5/16
Outdoor Weight (lbs.) : 139.0
Cooling Range (°F) : 64-86
Indoor units Model #: LMAN090CNS
Outdoor Model #: LMU240CE
Total Cooling Capacity (BTUs): 18,000. 2 indoor Art Cool units of 9,000
Air Circulation (CFM H/M/L): 264/230/177 (Per Indoor Unit)
Fan Speeds: 4/Auto/Chaos
Dehumidification (pts/hr): 2.3
Indoor dB(A)*: 37/31/27
Outdoor dB(A)* : 50
Pipe Size(OD) - Liquid: 1/4"
Pipe Size(OD) - Suction: 3/8"
Max Line Set Length per indoor unit: 50 Ft.
Max Line Set Elevation per indoor unit: 25 Ft.
Rated Voltage Outdoor: 230/208-60-1
Warranty : 2 years parts, 5 years compressor
RBM: I hope your product liability insurance is paid up. You use Class II
thermostat cable on anything higher than 30 volts and you'll have safety
problems. Even if the blower on the indoor section were 24 volts, it would
require large cable than 18 ga. [FYI 18ga solid wiring can only handle 3
amps safely - and the jacket that comes with 18/3 generally isn't approved
by most cities for outdoor use.] Most cities want it inside of liquidtight
flex or somthing comparable.
If LG recommends running 18/3, head on, but I don't think so.
It's true, I've never installed a ductless from "Lucky Goldstar" but I hear
LG is manufacturing a lot of differnet products. I even recently purchased
an LG refrigerator and am pleasently happy with it so far.
As for CLARK, I'm not here for kjpro's rescue. I just can't let you make
some of the comments your making and mis-leading folks.
Directly from their installations instructions...
"Use outdoor and waterproof connection cable rated more than 300V for the
connection between indoor and outdoor unit. (For example, Type SJO-WA)"
That's not standard 18/4 thermostat wire!
That's one of the reason's you need to hire a competent HVAC technician to
install your mini-split system!
BTW, it's a 4-wire connection.
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