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Old 01-03-2015, 05:43 PM   #5296
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Inverter Air Con is more easily to spoil as compared to non Inverter Air Con but electricity saving is more.
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Old 01-03-2015, 06:14 PM   #5297
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Inverter Air Con is more easily to spoil as compared to non Inverter Air Con but electricity saving is more.
Sure or not?
You meant multi split compre to single split.
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Old 01-03-2015, 06:15 PM   #5298
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Any other retailers to recommend other than GC ? Seems like some people had bad experience with GC.

Think the others are not so aggressive when it comes to marketing.
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Sure or not?
You meant multi split compre to single split.
This is what the SAs told me referring to multi split and single split.
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Any other retailers to recommend other than GC ? Seems like some people had bad experience with GC.

Think the others are not so aggressive when it comes to marketing.
I think it's all by luck. If you get a good installer, then you are rewarded.
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This is what the SAs told me referring to multi split and single split.
But honestly I was found here for a lot multi split got an issue like non stop asking..

For my ME starmex also single split so far so good an over 5 yrs already from now, still works great and without any parts change.
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But honestly I was found here for a lot multi split got an issue like non stop asking..

For my ME starmex also single split so far so good an over 5 yrs already from now, still works great and without any parts change.
I think no matter how old electronic applicances still can last longer than the current one.

Today went searching for a small fridge and they also said the same thing.
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Old 01-03-2015, 10:05 PM   #5303
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Inverter aircons repairs & spare parts cost are generally higher in cost compared to non inverter.
Energy consumption wise, inverter definitely consume lesser energy compared to non inverter.
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Inverter aircons repairs & spare parts cost are generally higher in cost compared to non inverter.
Energy consumption wise, inverter definitely consume lesser energy compared to non inverter.
dear all,

i am looking for a system 4 air con. any recommendation? Gain city said panasonic is good but i am look at Mitsubishi electric starmex.
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Panasonic spilt unit had more features and I guessed it's more prone to problem.

I would still go for Starmex as it's much safer following the majority and i like the easyclean feature.
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I think no matter how old electronic applicances still can last longer than the current one.

Today went searching for a small fridge and they also said the same thing.
My one is same as current model, cause ME inverter never change model from 6 yrs ago..

I have MSY-GE24VA, GE10VA x 2 all single spli, all very good serve me best and cold like when new installed.

Then current just move to s'pore n using system 3 Mit Starmex inverter also, so I still dunno how durable for multi split unit only.
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Panasonic spilt unit had more features and I guessed it's more prone to problem.

I would still go for Starmex as it's much safer following the majority and i like the easyclean feature.
I had done for my own Aircon self services n maintenace without Aircon man, if wanna choose on Aircon again, Die die would go back to Mit Starmex inverter GExxVA model, not even easy clean, you can simple remove out fan blower too.



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So far big box is still new..
Ya. Understand. So hopefully all will be well for their aircon services.
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Went to gc they push hitachi quite aggressively, if compare with starmex which will be better?
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Went to gc they push hitachi quite aggressively, if compare with starmex which will be better?
Starmex lah.. I got my post for worst hitachi
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