3rd Generation MrCool DIY Ductless Mini Split Unboxing

When you order your 3rd Generation MrCool DIY Ductless Mini Split, you will receive two boxes.

3rd Generation MrCool DIY Mini Split Condenser

There is a box with the outdoor condenser, and the box with the indoor air handler. Inside the the condenser box, the first thing you will see is the condenser. Beside it are several items you will need for the installation.

Behind the condenser you will find the refrigerant lines, which you will eventually connect to the air handler and the condenser. There’s an allen wrench, which you will use to open the condenser valves once the refrigerant lines are connected, and rubber pads for the feet of your condenser. There is also a condensate drain hose.

In one of the bags you will find the wall sleeve, vinyl tape for wrapping the refrigerant lines, and neoprene for added protection. There are also extra screws in case you lose any during the installation.

3rd Generation MrCool DIY Mini Split Air Handler

Inside the air handler box you will find the air handler. Under the air handler is the wall template, which will help guide you when installing the air handler. The mounting plate is attached to the back of the air handler, and will need to be removed for later installation. You will notice part of the refrigerant lines tucked behind the mounting plate. In the bag you will find screws, extra insulation, and air filters, as well as sound deadening pads.

Each unit comes with a remote with batteries and a wall mount for the remote.

Included with every MrCool Ductless system is the MrCool Smart Controller, which allows you to use the MrCool Smart HVAC app. With it, you can connect your unit to Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.

You will also find quick start guides and installation manuals.

When you order a 3rd Generation MrCool DIY Ductless Mini Split, you have everything you need to install a heating and cooling system, and live in comfort.

2 comments (view/add)
  • Kurt Helmut
    Kurt Helmut
    Posted on 1/2/2020

    The 3rd generation , is it a single or more indoor handler?

  • Kyle
    Kyle from Ingrams
    Posted on 1/3/2020

    Single-zone.


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