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Old 19-08-2015, 12:17 PM   #6256
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U should notice the swing blade at left hand side hv a hook that can slide in and out (both blade).
try to push the hook in so u here a click sound (mean fully in)
should solve yr problem...

I tried that already still having the problem. I took out and put it back in. Somehow the image ended up small but the lights are still blinking even I took out and put back the blades.




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Old 19-08-2015, 12:19 PM   #6257
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I tried that already still having the problem. I took out and put it back in.



Indoor Coil Thermistor defect or most likely fan motor kaput.

You try to count from stopping at 2.5secs then blinking continue how many times before stop again.

Thanks

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Old 19-08-2015, 05:10 PM   #6258
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To Mike_Shinoda,
Exposed trunking means they can be seen, its not concealed or hidden.
This price is within the reasonable range.
Though you might be able to get one for similar prices with better quality materials. Or slightly cheaper with similar materials.
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Old 19-08-2015, 05:24 PM   #6259
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To Terumo,

thank you very much. i am also concern with installation works.
This price is quoted by c00lS*r*v*. highly recommended by my friend for their installations.
Do you happen to have other good recommendations that i can refer to?

Thank you very much in advance for your prompt reply.
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Old 19-08-2015, 09:54 PM   #6260
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To Terumo,

thank you very much. i am also concern with installation works.
This price is quoted by c00lS*r*v*. highly recommended by my friend for their installations.
Do you happen to have other good recommendations that i can refer to?

Thank you very much in advance for your prompt reply.
try to get quotation from gaincity...I think their service is good...installation is quite pro..
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Old 20-08-2015, 12:03 AM   #6261
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Indoor Coil Thermistor defect or most likely fan motor kaput.

You try to count from stopping at 2.5secs then blinking continue how many times before stop again.

Thanks
As mention, the problem starts when the main (switch) power is turn on (power for all the air-con units). I have turn off and on the main power to let you guys know. I do need a good and cheap recommendation for repairs as I called mitsubishi electric themself on repairing the air-con and they claim 50% chance it might have to do with the wiring as the light blinks when the main power for all the air-con unit is turn on and they dont do wiring repairs.

I know its nothing to do with the thermostat as it was changed 2 months ago (cannot be so suay break down again).
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As mention, the problem starts when the main (switch) power is turn on (power for all the air-con units). I have turn off and on the main power to let you guys know. I do need a good and cheap recommendation for repairs as I called mitsubishi electric themself on repairing the air-con and they claim 50% chance it might have to do with the wiring as the light blinks when the main power for all the air-con unit is turn on and they dont do wiring repairs.

I know its nothing to do with the thermostat as it was changed 2 months ago (cannot be so suay break down again).
Wiring usually is totally no power at all.

The blinking light is diagnosed sign.
you can self monitor the blinking light :
11 times and stop = Fan motor to be replace.
12 times and stop = PCB need to replace.

But both together needed to be replace, on each parts spoil will be related on both.

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Old 20-08-2015, 11:47 AM   #6263
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Wiring usually is totally no power at all.

The blinking light is diagnosed sign.
you can self monitor the blinking light :
11 times and stop = Fan motor to be replace.
12 times and stop = PCB need to replace.

But both together needed to be replace, on each parts spoil will be related on both.
Thanks I just called your friend up and he also say might be wiring burned seems to be there is 2 kinds of burn, one is damage burn, the other is burn until no power I think might is the first kind.
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Old 20-08-2015, 11:58 AM   #6264
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Thanks I just called your friend up and he also say might be wiring burned seems to be there is 2 kinds of burn, one is damage burn, the other is burn until no power I think might is the first kind.
Oh I see..
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Old 20-08-2015, 12:47 PM   #6265
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HI guys,

looking for a System 4.
any vendors to recommend.

Thanks.
I hv pm you two recommendations to consider....
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Old 21-08-2015, 01:59 PM   #6266
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hi, anyone has any experience in claiming for gain city extended warranty? would they try to push it as "nt covered under warranty"? need reco for sys 3 for 4 rm flat too. thx!~
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hi, anyone has any experience in claiming for gain city extended warranty? would they try to push it as "nt covered under warranty"? need reco for sys 3 for 4 rm flat too. thx!~
Anyway if you were extended warranty they have record in data, or you might keep your receipt.
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Old 22-08-2015, 09:23 AM   #6268
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Anyone have experience with York Aircon?

Price are slightly cheaper than Starmex + its more efficient in power.

$500-700 as compared to $800-$1000 annual consumption ($).
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Old 22-08-2015, 09:38 AM   #6269
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Anyone have experience with York Aircon?

Price are slightly cheaper than Starmex + its more efficient in power.

$500-700 as compared to $800-$1000 annual consumption ($).
York in sg model is OEM from China made, no related to York M'sia model.

So the price will be slighly lower.
But the maintenace wise will be difficult than Starmex design as easy clean.
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Old 22-08-2015, 10:15 AM   #6270
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Hi today got some tips for sharing with yours

For new Aircons installed and make sure ask the installer do not used silicon sealed along the FCU in between wall gap.

To avoid next time chemical wash have to dismantle down the indoor unit as well.

So the time can be faster than used more time to cut off the silicon before to dismantle down.

The pic is showing without silicon sealed.
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