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Old 30-09-2013, 01:34 PM   #3751
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could be just a simple capacitor issue. It looks like a mini can of Coke. Usually white or silver. Abt $200 labor and part.
Also can be low gas. As u say 2weeks then now compressor fan not running. How old?
My friend change the capacitor himself only $20 nia
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Old 30-09-2013, 01:40 PM   #3752
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So ex.. I got the same system all in $2880 nia
Can recommend?
Including retrunking and installation?

I need 2 visit, after wall painted and after reno for unit install.

Thank you for your reply.
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Old 30-09-2013, 03:21 PM   #3753
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Hi,

Any recommendation for sys 3, New Bto flats.

Local brand, pana, mitsu, daikin, Samsung?

Best place to buy and costs?

Tks.
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Old 30-09-2013, 08:32 PM   #3754
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Hi,

Any recommendation for sys 3, New Bto flats.

Local brand, pana, mitsu, daikin, Samsung?

Best place to buy and costs?

Tks.
Panasonic provides good quality air, Daikin provides durability. Mitsubishi and Samsung are ok as far as I can tell. I would recommend inverter units from Panasonic or Daikin. Courts and Gain City should be good places to look at. Coolserve is pretty good too.
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Old 02-10-2013, 11:07 PM   #3755
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Just sharing...

After 3 months of installation, am finally done with e search of a more economic configuration on my FTKS25DVM single split in a master-bedroom.

July
Temp: 26
Fan Speed: 2/5

Aug
Temp: 25 (At 26, it became very stuffy.)
Fan Speed: Auto

Sept
Temp: 25 (Stagnant for now and I hope I won't have to go lower.)
Fan Speed: 2/5

I've concluded that Auto mode costs me $12.00 more than manually selected fan speed with consistent number of hours used each night.

**Note that air filters are washed once fortnightly and no servicing done as yet.

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Old 03-10-2013, 11:10 AM   #3756
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I jus got the same set at gain city expo last sunday .. price is $3059 with free 32" LED Toshiba TV.

I check with All best yday. The price is $2899nett

all price is with installation.

My relative quoted me $3250 all in, including dismantling my current units. I have not checked any air-con shops yet.
Can someone advise if this is a good price?
If not, what should be the market price?

Mitsubishi System 3
Condenser: MXY-3A28VA
Blower: MSY-GE10VA x 3
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Old 03-10-2013, 04:33 PM   #3757
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My aircon compressor is certified dead after 7 years. Mitsubishi heavy industries.
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Old 03-10-2013, 10:16 PM   #3758
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My aircon compressor is certified dead after 5 years. Mitsubishi heavy industries.
Went to gain city this evening, was quoted $4399 for mitsubishi starmex sys 4 inverter. Price inclusive of install of bracket and dismantle of existing 2 aircon units and a compressor. On top of that, they offer the 4+1 years warranty free.

Find it quite pricey.
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Old 04-10-2013, 01:00 PM   #3759
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hi all i also just come back from courts, this salesman recommend me Fujitsu and he really explain in details compare to mitsubishi starmex.

1. anyone got any comments for Fujitsu?? i thought of getting this.

2. anyone got any comments on buying air-con from Courts??

thanks for any input
Fujistu is a real nice product to use They provide very good service and the products are excellent. As far as mitsubishi starmex is concerned I have no idea about that. I hope this will help you out.
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Old 04-10-2013, 01:14 PM   #3760
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can i know. for new flat

do you guy paint the wall first or install air-con then paint.

it the dust i am worried about.
Why are you worried about the dust? Just clean it. First paint the wall and then install air-con the clean one.It will make your work tidy. If you do the reverse that is if you install air-con before painting might be that your air-con gets paint strokes by mistake.
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Old 06-10-2013, 01:02 PM   #3761
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Hi,all.
Need your advice.

I'm moving into a resale condo very soon once my tenant moves out. As the existing non-inverter split aircon system (2+2+1) is very old, would like to replace with a new system.

My floor area are as follow:

Master bedroom - 17m2
Bedroom 2 - 13m2
Bedroom 3 - 13m2
Hall & dining - 38m2

Usage pattern are the 3 bedroom to be turned on at night and the living and dining as required.

One contractor proposed the following 3+2 system:
Bedrooms - Panasonic CU-3S27MKZ + CS-S12PKZW x 1(Master) + CS-S9PKZW x 2 (Bedrooms)
Hall & dining - Panasonic CU-3S27MKZ + CS-S15PKZW x 2nos

Will be re-using existing piping as so far no problem with the aircon unit.

Price quoted is $5,040.

Question
1) Is price reasonable.
2) Also, should I stick to 2+2+1 system instead.
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Old 06-10-2013, 01:11 PM   #3762
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To Misran,
This price is reasonable.
For 2 + 2 + 1, the benefits is that your master room is single system, so when one compressor is down, u still have the other 2 for usage.
For ur current proposed setup, all 3 rooms share the same compressor.
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Old 06-10-2013, 01:25 PM   #3763
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Thanks for your prompt advice, terumo.

In your opinion, 3+2 system is okay?

For my scenario, would there still be comprehensive warranty for the 1st year? Also, anything I should emphasize to the installer since they're reusing the piping for a system with a new refrigerant,e.g. cleaning the pipe, leak testing,etc?
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Old 07-10-2013, 02:03 AM   #3764
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To misran,

U can pay additional charge to get a pressure test done to confirm the status of ur piping before installing the aircon units.
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Old 09-10-2013, 10:41 PM   #3765
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Hi,

Need some comments from the aircon guru here.
I intend to replace my aircon units

Was quoted the following

Daikin Inverter
Model : RKD50BVM / FTKD50FVM
Cap : abt 17K BTU
Single unit for the hall
Cost : $1,850

For my 3 bedrooms
Model : 3MKD75DVM / FTKD25DVM*2 , FTKD35DVM (master bedroom)
Cost : $3400

So did the shop treat me as a Robert or the price is reasonable?
of cos workmanship will also play apart

Thx
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