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Topic # 148465 20-Jun-2014 09:55
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I'm looking at getting a heat pump for my house but trying to find suitable wall space is difficult.  Does anybody know what the general clearances are around high wall heatpumps?

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  Reply # 1070888 20-Jun-2014 12:05
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I have a Mitsubishi GE60 mine is installed 105mm down from the ceiling, minimum is 55mm if I understand the manual correctly. 149mm minimum from each end to a wall, and 1800mm minimum from the floor.

Here are the installation manuals for you.

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  Reply # 1070889 20-Jun-2014 12:06
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  Reply # 1070901 20-Jun-2014 12:15
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rscole86: I have a Mitsubishi GE60 mine is installed 105mm down from the ceiling, minimum is 55mm if I understand the manual correctly. 149mm minimum from each end to a wall, and 1800mm minimum from the floor.

Here are the installation manuals for you.

Thank you very much!  Sounds like I might be in luck for mounting location!

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