Learning by Doing
So, opinions about whether it's a DIY project or not aside (I've read every post on the forum about them), where would you recommend buying the units?
Mitsubishi has posted on their website that any units purchased over the internet have no warranty. Just a thought.
If an engineered piece of equipment is installed properly, the rate of warranty issues is within an acceptable level (both for consumers and manufacturers. Actuarial's set it up that way. The fuss is more about products that are not installed correctly, therefore creating warranty issues that are really not the fault of the engineering.FYI I am going to have a pro do the hook up.
Here's a question: how many people out there have many warranty claims on the Mr. Slims?
Is the reason people obsess about the warranty issue because they have warranty issues?
YES!!!!!!!!!:yes:The consumers are sometimes to blame for going cheap also.
Keep in mind.
That many distributors charge a handling fee for warranty parts, for units they did not sell.
And so do many HVAC companies.
Since warranty parts are charged to the HVAC company. And only after the manufacturer issues a credit to the distributor. Will the distributor issue a credit to the HVAC company. Some HVAC companies charge full price for the part. And will not reimburst the customer, unitl they receive their credit.