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Old 16-10-2013, 09:43 PM   #3811
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I duh recommend Euroa**.
Use Mit Electric/Daikin/Panasonic if possible & within ur budget.
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Old 17-10-2013, 12:37 AM   #3812
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Hi bro, hope my fren cleared u of all ur queries. Cheers~
thanks a lot. he is very helpfully
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Old 18-10-2013, 03:16 PM   #3813
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Is it normal for a compressor to leak water when in operation ?

Already have a pipe link to my toilet for the water to flow out .. but I noticed that there's water coming out from the compressor directly. Not much .. but a constant flow.
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Old 18-10-2013, 03:38 PM   #3814
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Hello Shake_bonbon,

Yes it is normal for a condenser to have some water dripping during operation.

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Is it normal for a compressor to leak water when in operation ?

Already have a pipe link to my toilet for the water to flow out .. but I noticed that there's water coming out from the compressor directly. Not much .. but a constant flow.
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Old 18-10-2013, 06:27 PM   #3815
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Is it normal for a compressor to leak water when in operation ?

Already have a pipe link to my toilet for the water to flow out .. but I noticed that there's water coming out from the compressor directly. Not much .. but a constant flow.
Only Daikin air con got a lot of water coming out for the condenser unit
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Old 20-10-2013, 01:54 AM   #3816
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wow, this thread is more than 5 years old!

anyway, mine is a 5rm BTO, want to install aircon for 3 bedroom and living room.

living room is quite big, but will only turn on occasionally when got friends visits.

my kid not even 1 year old, so will probably sleep together with us.

therefore, this usage pattern don't need a very powerful system, cos only 1 room will be air-con at any one time, which model u guys will recommend?

1) master bedroom at night
2) study room in the afternoon/early evening
3) living room occasionally when got friends visit
4) kids bedroom will probably never turn on until he is old enough to sleep alone
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Old 20-10-2013, 10:16 AM   #3817
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Any feedback on fujitsu aircon? My fren is using it and says its very energy saving. But I have heard feedback saying the motherboard is problematic and expensive to change. Courts is having free 5 yrs so I was thinking of getting it.
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Old 20-10-2013, 12:06 PM   #3818
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Any feedback on fujitsu aircon? My fren is using it and says its very energy saving. But I have heard feedback saying the motherboard is problematic and expensive to change. Courts is having free 5 yrs so I was thinking of getting it.
Yes . many feedback motherboard is problematic and expensive to change . I got a customer staying in a new condo us fujitsu air con just after 2 year . always complaint not cool and the fujitsu tech don't what is the problem . Courts is having free 5 yrs warranty ? That good ...
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wow, this thread is more than 5 years old!

anyway, mine is a 5rm BTO, want to install aircon for 3 bedroom and living room.

living room is quite big, but will only turn on occasionally when got friends visits.

my kid not even 1 year old, so will probably sleep together with us.

therefore, this usage pattern don't need a very powerful system, cos only 1 room will be air-con at any one time, which model u guys will recommend?

1) master bedroom at night
2) study room in the afternoon/early evening
3) living room occasionally when got friends visit
4) kids bedroom will probably never turn on until he is old enough to sleep alone
U can look for a system 4 Inverter . ( 3 + 1 system )
3 , ( 9000btu room and 18000 or 24000 for the living room )
Daikin , Mitsubishi Electric ,Panasonic, Toshiba air con is good .
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Old 20-10-2013, 03:04 PM   #3820
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hi ac guru
newbie here
i would like to install ac sys3 for my 4rm new flat
can some1 kindly advise brand, installation, shops to approach etc?
many tks in advance!
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Old 20-10-2013, 04:48 PM   #3821
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hi ac guru
newbie here
i would like to install ac sys3 for my 4rm new flat
can some1 kindly advise brand, installation, shops to approach etc?
many tks in advance!
Daikin , Mitsubishi Electric ,Panasonic, Toshiba air con is a good brand .
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Old 20-10-2013, 05:01 PM   #3822
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Daikin , Mitsubishi Electric ,Panasonic, Toshiba air con is a good brand .
If you were to choose one out of this 4, which would you choose?
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Old 20-10-2013, 05:11 PM   #3823
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If you were to choose one out of this 4, which would you choose?
For house Air con system 3 or 4 Daikin Inverter still is the best . coz u still can buy the spare part after 5-6 year .
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Old 20-10-2013, 05:27 PM   #3824
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Thanks for the advice. I go look look other brands as well.
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Old 20-10-2013, 05:53 PM   #3825
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Any feedback on fujitsu aircon? My fren is using it and says its very energy saving. But I have heard feedback saying the motherboard is problematic and expensive to change. Courts is having free 5 yrs so I was thinking of getting it.

Nothing is ever free bro. All the prices are so called bundled in. U can try my fren on his prices eddie Thlaircon.sales@gmail.com
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