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Old 18-09-2015, 03:50 PM   #6421
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does it comes with the EasyClean feature?
Still under easy clean, but bad new on overall price may increase 30% at least
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Old 18-09-2015, 03:59 PM   #6422
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Does the new model come with single do it until too?
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Old 18-09-2015, 04:05 PM   #6423
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Does the new model come with single do it until too?
Yes but deluxe got eye motion, the energy slighly different between GE model only, still stick with GE model save for money.


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Old 18-09-2015, 05:33 PM   #6424
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Dear all,

is this a good buy?

Mitsubishi Electric Starmex Inverter System 4 1 $ 4,500.00

FCU : MSYGE10VA (9,000 BTU) x 2

MSYGE13VA (12,000 BTU) x 1

MSYGE26VA (26,000 BTU) x 1

CU : MXY4A38VA (38,000 BTU)

* Upgrade to 1/2" thick armaflex class 1 insulation.

Free pipe length in 50 ft per unit .For extra pipe will charges $8 per ft. * Free two trip insatllation.

* Free 1 years Spare Parts Warranty

* Free 1 years Workmanship Warranty

* Free 5 years Compressor Warranty

Grade A Materials Using :

* 1/2" thick Armaflex Class 1 Insulation * Active durable PVC White Trunking

* SWG 23 Copper Pipe (0.61mm thickness) * Branded wire cable 3C40 for indoor units

* 16mm diameter drainage pipe * Branded wire cable 3C70 for outdoor unit
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Old 18-09-2015, 06:17 PM   #6425
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Dear all,

is this a good buy?

Mitsubishi Electric Starmex Inverter System 4 1 $ 4,500.00

FCU : MSYGE10VA (9,000 BTU) x 2

MSYGE13VA (12,000 BTU) x 1

MSYGE26VA (26,000 BTU) x 1

CU : MXY4A38VA (38,000 BTU)

* Upgrade to 1/2" thick armaflex class 1 insulation.

Free pipe length in 50 ft per unit .For extra pipe will charges $8 per ft. * Free two trip insatllation.

* Free 1 years Spare Parts Warranty

* Free 1 years Workmanship Warranty

* Free 5 years Compressor Warranty

Grade A Materials Using :

* 1/2" thick Armaflex Class 1 Insulation * Active durable PVC White Trunking

* SWG 23 Copper Pipe (0.61mm thickness) * Branded wire cable 3C40 for indoor units

* 16mm diameter drainage pipe * Branded wire cable 3C70 for outdoor unit
Better price, maybe they has throwing price for old stock
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Old 18-09-2015, 07:40 PM   #6426
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Hi. Looking for a system 2 split unit for my parents hdb studio apartment. Since the living room and bedroom is small, do you all think 9k BTU for both unit will suffice? I intend to also block off the kitchen from the living room with a sliding door.

I'm looking at ME Starmex invertor now. Question is only on the BTU. Anyone can recommend me also a reliable retailer? Thanks.

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Old 18-09-2015, 08:43 PM   #6427
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i need check, damn chui ...got one unit the brand is Sanyo!
On the side of aircon or under the front cover, you can see the model# and just google to check if inverter or not.
If inverter, maybe...just maybe the copper pipes already G23 or G22 gauge and no need to change pipes. That's means no need to hack.
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Old 18-09-2015, 09:27 PM   #6428
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So what is the price for the new model?
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Old 18-09-2015, 09:45 PM   #6429
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So what is the price for the new model?
The new model haven't launch yet, you should check with gain city
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Old 18-09-2015, 09:53 PM   #6430
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Is LC Engineering at Admiralty Street OK in aircon installation and workmanship?
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Old 19-09-2015, 09:22 PM   #6431
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I need more opinion on this :/ If MSYGE18VA and MSYGE24VA is sold for the same price. Does it necessary mean that I have to get 24VA? Not talking about having a good deal or not..but something like energy efficiency etc


Note: getting system 4 and the above unit is for livinghall (5420mm X 3475mm)

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I need more opinion on this :/ If MSYGE18VA and MSYGE24VA is sold for the same price. Does it necessary mean that I have to get 24VA? Not talking about having a good deal or not..but something like energy efficiency etc


Note: getting system 4 and the above unit is for livinghall (5420mm X 3475mm)
18k more energy saving, but slighly longer time for cooling down, if your kitchen is without door.

24k more faster cooling down and also higher energy for overall usage
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Old 21-09-2015, 12:51 PM   #6433
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To jonchar,

I suggest 12k btu for living and 9k btu for bedroom.
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Old 21-09-2015, 12:52 PM   #6434
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To kohkindachi,

If both is the same price, i suggest you get the 24k btu as oversizing will leads to faster cut off of compressor = better energy efficiency.
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Old 21-09-2015, 02:43 PM   #6435
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18k more energy saving, but slighly longer time for cooling down, if your kitchen is without door.

24k more faster cooling down and also higher energy for overall usage
To kohkindachi,

If both is the same price, i suggest you get the 24k btu as oversizing will leads to faster cut off of compressor = better energy efficiency.
wah different opinion
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