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Old 06-07-2009, 03:47 PM   #511
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emm.. i dont get it wat is COP. anyone can explain pls? thanks.
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Old 06-07-2009, 05:45 PM   #512
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coefficient_of_performance

Coefficient Of Performance
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Old 06-07-2009, 06:44 PM   #513
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is it mean the higher the number, the better the performance n efficiency?
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Old 06-07-2009, 10:41 PM   #514
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May I check with the aircon experts here is there anything wrong with my aircon installation?
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Old 06-07-2009, 11:10 PM   #515
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i tink u hav moved or deleted the image. cannot c any image u posted.
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Old 06-07-2009, 11:22 PM   #516
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i tink u hav moved or deleted the image. cannot c any image u posted.
Ok sorry i posted again.







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Old 06-07-2009, 11:26 PM   #517
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nope..i didnt c there is anything wrong.

wat problem did u encounter?
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Old 06-07-2009, 11:31 PM   #518
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in this pic, is the drainage pipe going up or through the wall to the toilet?
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in this pic, is the drainage pipe going up or through the wall to the toilet?


Mmmm i dun know how it works but this part is link to the switch and the compressor outside so is this going up or going down? I worry about the trunking running above the unit will it cause any condensation problems or other problems?



I believe this is going down coz it has one drainage pipe going thru the wall into my toilet and down to the drainage area. I forgot to take the photo. I worry about the above photo how the drainage pipe discharge the water as water flows down not pump up.
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This is where my compressor is.
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Mmmm i dun know how it works but this part is link to the switch and the compressor outside so is this going up or going down? I worry about the trunking running above the unit will it cause any condensation problems or other problems?



I believe this is going down coz it has one drainage pipe going thru the wall into my toilet and down to the drainage area. I forgot to take the photo. I worry about the above photo how the drainage pipe discharge the water as water flows down not pump up.
Condensation should not be a problem as this is the FCU is the nearest to the compressor.
Just that wandering the the drainage pipe was link.. Water should be flowing down...
Look closely to the left side of the FCU beside the ''Toshiba' print.
Can you see any connection to the trunking? And look out side the window too.
Maybe they fix the drain pipe out of the window for this FCU only...

Your 2nd photo stated drain pipe will be for your other 2 FCUs.
Will be better if you can show photo of the toilet internal..

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This is where my compressor is.
As per my previous reply, a closer look at the left walk of the compressor, you will notice
a trunk9ing there. It should be the drain pipe for the FCU and it hacked into the toilet maybe.
Try look at the walk behind the compressor, you should be able to see the link from the big
trunking.
So if possible, show the photo of the toilet internal where the drain pipe end..
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Condensation should not be a problem as this is the FCU is the nearest to the compressor.
Just that wandering the the drainage pipe was link.. Water should be flowing down...
Look closely to the left side of the FCU beside the ''Toshiba' print.
Can you see any connection to the trunking? And look out side the window too.
Maybe they fix the drain pipe out of the window for this FCU only...

Your 2nd photo stated drain pipe will be for your other 2 FCUs.
Will be better if you can show photo of the toilet internal..
I dun have photos of the toilet internal now coz i forgot to take perhaps the next time i went down again then i took the internal. I worry coz ppl say usually their trunking running below their unit not above the unit.
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I dun have photos of the toilet internal now coz i forgot to take perhaps the next time i went down again then i took the internal. I worry coz ppl say usually their trunking running below their unit not above the unit.
I also using Toshiba System 2 smae FCU as you. Installed last year Oct by Gaincity.
My masterbed room trunking is before FCU and common room cannot see trunking at all..
Will post photo if I free tomorrow..
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Mmmm i dun know how it works but this part is link to the switch and the compressor outside so is this going up or going down? I worry about the trunking running above the unit will it cause any condensation problems or other problems?



I believe this is going down coz it has one drainage pipe going thru the wall into my toilet and down to the drainage area. I forgot to take the photo. I worry about the above photo how the drainage pipe discharge the water as water flows down not pump up.
no matter how the piping goes up or down, u do not hav to worry.

as the height limit between the compressor n fcu is within the max height difference as stated in the outdoor unit specification.

condensation wil take place when there is a big gap between outer diameter of copper pipe n inner diameter of insulation. i believe every installer knw this, so this should not happen anyway.
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