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Old 29-05-2016, 02:28 AM   #7651
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wow, was that you throwing the remote control towards the end of the video?

thanks for the info. is the sound very audible from far? whats this nanoe g for?
Haha i drop it on the table when stopping the video.it can also be heard from 2 meters away. Nanoe g is a air purifying feature it releases ion. What aircon you are using currently.

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Old 29-05-2016, 03:42 AM   #7652
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Haha i drop it on the table when stopping the video.it can also be heard from 2 meters away. Nanoe g is a air purifying feature it releases ion. What aircon you are using currently.
how long did it take for the sound problem to surface after buying?
would you recommend this model?

my current aircon is daikin, but it's from yester-decade and it's spoilt haha.
it's not even inverter.
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Old 29-05-2016, 07:35 AM   #7653
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how long did it take for the sound problem to surface after buying?
would you recommend this model?

my current aircon is daikin, but it's from yester-decade and it's spoilt haha.
it's not even inverter.

3 months, can't really recommend unless is cheap reason the aircon is cold and works well. The nanoe g can be turn off and the noise is gone, its quite of the hassle as it always turn on automatically have to turn it off by remote control
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Old 29-05-2016, 09:31 AM   #7654
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Personally, I feel that the more function it has, more chances of having problems. I read Daikin spec and it doesn't have too many functions for the FTKS25 fcu and it's size is not bulky too..
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Old 29-05-2016, 11:11 AM   #7655
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Now the aircon unit is making noises...haiz

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Old 29-05-2016, 11:13 AM   #7656
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The electrical cables.
Yes, it is included.
Outdoor: Keystone 3C70
Indoor: Keystone 3C40
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Old 29-05-2016, 11:22 AM   #7657
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thinking of system 2, havent really check out the prices,
but which would be a more logical choice?

MHI SCM45ZJ-S (15.3k BTU/hr) ($535 annual elec usage) / SRK25ZMA-S x2
or
LG A2UQ18GFA1 (15.8k BTU/hr) ($564 annual elec usage) / AMNC09GDBA2 x2
or
Panasonic CU-2XS18RKZ (17.1k BTU/hr) ($558 annual elec usage) / CS-XS9RKZW x2

any comments? are their price range close? any reliability issues with these models?
I'll be getting my MHI System 2 installed in 1.5 weeks time.
If you can wait, will let you know my experience afterwards.

Currently there is a promo to upgrade the SRK25ZMA (9K BTU) to SRK35ZMA (12K BTU) for free. Apparently the disti for MHI runs out of the 9K model hence the current free promo.

I believe MHI should be the most expensive out of the 3 systems. I went for it as there seems to be the least number of complains on it after doing some online research. There is also a promo for a $100 voucher for a system 2 installation which helps negate some of the additional cost.
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Old 29-05-2016, 11:27 AM   #7658
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I'll be getting my MHI System 2 installed in 1.5 weeks time.
If you can wait, will let you know my experience afterwards.

Currently there is a promo to upgrade the SRK25ZMA (9K BTU) to SRK35ZMA (12K BTU) for free. Apparently the disti for MHI runs out of the 9K model hence the current free promo.

I believe MHI should be the most expensive out of the 3 systems. I went for it as there seems to be the least number of complains on it after doing some online research. There is also a promo for a $100 voucher for a system 2 installation which helps negate some of the additional cost.
MHI should be cheapest between ME and Daikin
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I'll be getting my MHI System 2 installed in 1.5 weeks time.
If you can wait, will let you know my experience afterwards.

Currently there is a promo to upgrade the SRK25ZMA (9K BTU) to SRK35ZMA (12K BTU) for free. Apparently the disti for MHI runs out of the 9K model hence the current free promo.

I believe MHI should be the most expensive out of the 3 systems. I went for it as there seems to be the least number of complains on it after doing some online research. There is also a promo for a $100 voucher for a system 2 installation which helps negate some of the additional cost.
Can share which dealer and how much $ you're quoted?

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Old 29-05-2016, 06:08 PM   #7660
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I'm using panasonic system 2 CS-XS9RKZW x2/CU-2XS18RKZ bought at $1850 including bracket,got some issue with the nanoe g noise had replace the outlet but noise came back again after few weeks.Awaiting for appointment to replace it again....

Anyway, 1850... Where you find one sia? I go courts see 26xx leh

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Old 29-05-2016, 09:56 PM   #7661
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How nice if those who are looking at installing new aircon and combine their interest here then ask for quote. Maybe can have more bargain power.
I am interested installing new aircon plus newbie here
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Old 29-05-2016, 10:32 PM   #7662
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Anyway, 1850... Where you find one sia? I go courts see 26xx leh
I bought from qoo10 with $100 discount coupons, item coupon and qpoints at end dec 15 now they increase price already but still cheaper than courts haha.... 1850 is together with bracket..

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Old 30-05-2016, 09:34 AM   #7663
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Mitsubishi Inverter system 2
MXY-2E20VA/ MSY-GE10VA X2

Anyone here got experience on above aircon model??
got the above quote fr a outside contractor at S$2280.00
comes with half inch aramflex (class 1), swg 22 copper pipe
and 16mm drainage pipe.

5 yrs compressor warranty
1 yr parts warranty
1 yr workmanship warranty

TQVM

PS...contractor told me blower is 10000 btu....dont knw how true..

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Can share which dealer and how much $ you're quoted?
I got it from CoolServe for about $2,4xx.
Details of what I got is listed below in my earlier post.

Finally took the plunge and place order with Coolserve for a MHI system 2.
Installation will be on 9th June. Will see how it goes.

Wanted to go for 9000BTU as both the rooms are about 150 square feet each. But according to Coolserve, the distributor of MHI has no stock of 9000BTU hence the current promo for free upgrade to 12000BTU.
Also upgraded the insulation to 1/2" armaflex class-1 but kept the copper pipe at 23 SWG due to budget constraint.

Generally their price is on the higher side, only Gain City is more expensive than them. But their optional like bracket and insulation/copper pipe upgrade is more expensive than Gain City.
So overall, Coolserve and GC's prices are about the same.

Decided to go with CoolServe as my friend uses them and said good things.
Will see how the installation goes. Hopefully I made the right choice.
*fingers crossed*
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Old 30-05-2016, 03:05 PM   #7665
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did a quotation request via email..3days back
only cool engine replied as follows:

Daikin inverter System 3 - $2920
3MKS71FSG/FTKS25DVM/FTKS25DVM/FTKS25DVM

Mitsubishi Starmex System 3 - $2860
MXY3A28/MSYGE10/MSYGE10/MSYGE10

** Note: Above price is for 1 storey HDB/BTO

Stardard piping materials without upgrade
1. 16mm pvc drainage pipe with 1/4 inch thickness armaflex insulation.
2. 23g copper pipe with 1/2 inch thickness Class 1 armaflex insulation.
3. Keystone/Sigma 3 core 40 & 70 wire.
4. Stainless steel bracket is additional $150 nett with installation if necessary.
5. Total piping length for system 3 is 45 meter (Over length will be charge $8 per meter, max charge up to 15 meter)

Warranty
1. Compressor 5 year (Dealer warranty)
2. Other parts 1 year for Mitsubishi (Dealer warranty)
Other parts 1+2 years for Daikin (Dealer warranty) - Purchase by 18/6/2016
3. Workmanship 2 year (Installer warranty)
1st year to 2nd year will be warranty piping and wiring but not included insulation sweating.
Insulation only warranty for 1st year.


May 2016 Package
** Free Site Survey
** Free 2 trip installation
** Free upgrade to G22 copper pipe (Thickness and Hardness gas piping)
** Free upgrade to Class O half inch Armaflex Insulation. (Fire protection quality)
** Free Unlimited piping length (For BTO only)
** Free dimantle and disposal old set aircon
** One time ac-hoc general servicing with special rate for no units of install within 1 year- $15 per unit.
** One time ac-hoc chemical overhaul with special rate for no units of install within 2 year- 30% discount
per unit (Price different base on BTU)
** No hidden cost (Nett Price)
** Promotion while stock last.
** $100 deposit payment upon job confirmation.$900 payment upon piping installation. Rest of payment is
COD upon completion of job (Cash or cheque payment acceptable)


Michelle Soon - Cold Engine Air-Conditioning Service/Cold Engine Engineering Pte Ltd
Tel: 65 63620363 Fax: 65 63622032

still tinking to get from who now
if.. Proshop alexandra does not provide cabling and is already at 3k.
So u going for cool engine??
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