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Turbo Air 24,000 BTU Mini Split Air Conditioner with Heater


Price: $1,975.95 + $77.90 shipping
Usually ships within 6 to 10 days.
Ships from and sold by Quality Adventure LLC.
  • Running current is 8.6 amps , natural wind by al theory, noise level indoor/38 db outdoor/56 db
  • Super power & mild operation, soft dry operation mode, wireless remote controller, and self-diagnosis function
  • Anti-bacteria filter, deodorizing filter, electro-Static filter, auto operation with quiet operation, and sleep mode auto control
  • 24-hour On/Off timer, 4 way auto swing, convenient display, and washable grille
  • Runs on 208-230 volts 60 Hz, 1980 watts cooling, indoor measurements 42.13" wide x 8.86 high x 12.8" deep, and outdoor measurements 36.02" wide x 33" high x 13" deep
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  • Shipping Weight: 100 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004M5KT5K
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Turbo Air 24,000 BTU mini split air conditioning unit with heat. We have measured precisely the feeling of the fresh and soft wind which blows from mountains or valleys to create rhythm with the natural wind by utilizing AI (Artificial Intelligence) controls, the flap swings in 4-way direction (up/down & left/right), distributing air throughout the room. Therefore, you can judge the unit's status and solve problems without calling a service man, the split unit automatically diagnoses any problem and displays the corresponding alphanumeric code by LED, and with a remote control suitable for a palm, you can control all modes and functions with a touch of a finger. A 2-banded heat exchanger maximizes the heat-exchange surface in a limited area, resulting in greater efficiency and electrical savings.

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By Bags & Shoes on August 18, 2014
If there were a negative star rating I would give it!! Never EVER buy any air conditioning units from this manufacturer! I bought this unit a few years ago, and all I did was spend endless amounts of money to repair it. I originally wanted a Mitsubishi or Samsung unit, but was talked out of it by a local refrigeration retailer. He told me the Turbo Air was superior and he had installed it in many office units at the local Indian Casino. Turns out that the retailer had a surplus of these units, and just wanted to get rid of them. Ever since the installation, this hunk of junk has been a headache: first the power going to unit was too high, then they had to run a dedicated power line to the unit. The retailer wanted to hit me with the bill for the repair, and I refused, so the owner relented and tried to hit up the city for payment. When he got nowhere there, he ate the cost. Then a few months later the PCB board went on the unit, and again, I refused to pay since the unit was still under warranty. I dodged the bullet again. Then the next season, the new PCB control board failed and I had to pay to replace it. $550!! I was really angry that I had been talked out of the original Mitsubishi unit I had wanted. Finally, the following season, the PCB board went again!!! I threw in the towel and bought a Fujitsu 19 seer unit. If the refrigeration retailer were still in business, I would have gone back to them to demand replacement. Alas, their business was sold, and they are out of the refrigeration game. I tried to call Turbo Air, and the customer service representative will not return my calls.
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