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Old 06-09-2016, 12:02 PM   #1
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GIVEAWAY: SHARP 9,000 BTU Ductless Mini Split From ComfortUp


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We have partnered with ComfortUp to give away a SHARP 9,000 BTU Ductless Mini Split Heat Pump System 22 SEER.

To enter this drawing, respond to the following question.

Where will you use your mini split? (garage, basement, home addition, workshop, “man cave”, etc)


On June 28, 2016 we will do a random drawing from the responses in this thread to select the winner.

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The Sharp 9,000 BTU Mini-Split Air Conditioner and Heat Pump System is wall mounted and features unique airflow control to provide heating and cooling for quick and easy comfort with a SEER rating up to 22.0. It includes Sharp's original Plasmacluster Ion Technology, an air purifying system that actively removes airborne mold and viruses, sanitizing the air in the entire space. Inverter technology on all models offers best in class efficiencies with a variety of finely controlled functions working to keep the room at desired comfortable temperatures.
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  • Multi Space Function - This function adjusts the airflow and air direction to reach the set temperature quickly in several rooms, and then circulates the air to maintain the temperature.
  • Inverter-Controlled Operation - This function enables quick-cooling operation while limiting fluctuations in temperature and reducing power consumption.
  • Full Power Mode - In this operational mode, the air conditioner works at maximum power to rapidly cool or heat the room.
  • Computerized Dry Mode Operation - The indoor fan motor and the compressor are controlled by the microcomputer to maintain room humidity without dropping the room temperature.
  • Auto & 3-Step Fan Speed Settings - The air conditioner can be set up with an automatic fan speed, or the user can choose from three manually set fan speeds (HIGH/LOW/SOFT)
  • Auto Restart Function - Following recovery from a power shutoff, the unit will automatically restart with the same settings as before the power was cut.
  • Auto Changeover - During Auto Mode operation, the unit will automatically switch between heating and cooling modes to maintain a comfortable room temperature.
  • Winter Cool Function - This function enables cooling operation during the winter season at outside temperatures as low as 14, or down to 5 (Great for Server Rooms & Indoor Gardens)
  • 5º F Auto Cutoff - To protect itself from damage due to freezing, the unit automatically stops when the outdoor temperature drops below 5º F.
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Old 06-09-2016, 12:16 PM   #2
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Re: GIVEAWAY: SHARP 9,000 BTU Ductless Mini Split From ComfortUp


I would put it in my shop office. Be a nice little retreat to sit in the AC for lunch and paperwork.

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In our basement! It all started when my wife and I put our bedroom in there and let the kids shack up in the rest of the house. Every year, she stays on my tail about getting one to put in there so she can stop going to the spare bed. I keep saying "soon babe, soon".
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I'm thinking about building a doghouse (seriouly) for my Saint. It would need AC. This doghouse would be like a full size room. That would be perfect!
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This would be perfect for our kitchen area. We're currently using an 8,000 BTU window unit that struggles a bit on really hot days. The extra cooling would take care of that, with the bonus of freeing up that window.
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In my Wife's sewing room!
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Probably my kids room or the Master bedroom. It's where people are most of the time.

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Shop, Garage, anywhere a little extra is needed, actually any room in the front of the house...would love to test it against that southern exposure...I'm in
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I'm currently building a 10x12 two story play house for my kids in the back yard.

It's about 85% recycled materials (pallets and torn down play structures), and I'm currently waiting on a coffee shop remodel to get a few windows.

A mini split wold make an excellent addition to the comfort level of the play house for my 9 children.
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In the office, which is landlocked inside the shop/warehouse

We have a small unit that is noisy, and installed poorly .

But it works......kinda.

So I haven't made it right, low on the honey do list.

A new unit would be sufficient motivation.........probably.
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I would install that beauty in my Garage/workshop. 22' X 36' with 10' walls. It gets really hot in there and really cold in there.
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I have the pad poured for a nice little shop/garage and was thinking of heat/cooling it with a heat pump because I didn't want any combustion appliance in there with sawdust. This would be perfect
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I'm currently building a 10x12 two story play house for my kids in the back yard.

It's about 85% recycled materials (pallets and torn down play structures), and I'm currently waiting on a coffee shop remodel to get a few windows.

A mini split wold make an excellent addition to the comfort level of the play house for my 9 children.
9 kids... Give it to this guy I think he could use it!

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I would have it installed into a one bedroom basement apartment. I'm tired of installing the window unit every year.
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For sure in my garage. We fully insulated it when we built it 20 years ago, but it has never had a permanent heat source. AC would be incredible.
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That would certainly be the ticket for my work shop
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I would use it in my basement room, ie, my wife's sewing room.
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to be honest i think i would donate it to Habitat,I have what I need..
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I'd install it in my living room. I have a regular unit in an ugly sleeve.
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In my camper for sure.Mine when out and those original ac units made in Switzerland for campers are more than I can afford right now.

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