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Old 06-18-17, 01:19 PM   #1
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Default How cold does your Mini split get?

I checked mine and with IR temperature gun up in the coils on the indoor unit it gets like 39 – 41 degrees F. outside temp about 87 degrees.

This was tested with the mini split on high cooling.

I was just wondering what other’s mini splits are putting out.

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I posted mine in another thread i believe that mine was simular to this i believe mine was just a little lower temp though on inside when i tested it .know the hotter that it got higher the out temp inside came. Guessing because of efficiency. My off brand mini split i bought as a test mini to see if i liked it has been working strong almost 5 plus years and still going strong.
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My flir i7 says my split is blowing 45°F.
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I posted mine in another thread i believe that mine was simular to this i believe mine was just a little lower temp though on inside when i tested it .know the hotter that it got higher the out temp inside came. Guessing because of efficiency. My off brand mini split i bought as a test mini to see if i liked it has been working strong almost 5 plus years and still going strong.
What brand did you buy? I have Daikins and LGs in my house and they blow very cold air.
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What brand did you buy? I have Daikins and LGs in my house and they blow very cold air.
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