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Old 14-09-2009, 12:38 AM   #886
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Thanks for ur feedback....vsml

By the way, when did u buy that? I want to know the performance of this aircon brand after couple of years....
Anyone had used MHI for years? Thanks
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Old 14-09-2009, 07:42 PM   #887
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hi allesgute

MHI is great, no regrets! It have the self-cleaning dryer feature and the left/right air flap control which are what i wanted. ME dun have these two features and daikin only have the dryer feature. I choose MHI is becos it's the 2nd most energy saving among the 3 brands.

When i was doing my research, i consider that mechanical features was more important than those filters features as i could buy a seperate air purifier, but flap control and dryer feature can't be bought seperately.

I did a energy comparision for toshiba single split. Full load energy cost $ 470(ACV model), $458(AV-E)

Daikin $404, MHI $392, ME $331
Hi, can share what is your specs? yours sys1? inverter? and the btu for your compressor and FC unit if possible thanks..

Hi vsml

How is ur MHI aircon, i am thinking to get this also. But this brand is less known to public as compared to ME and Daikin.

Another option for me is Toshiba sys3 inverter, anybody can feedback on this aircon brand?
Hi, i just bought a Toshiba sys 3 from GC.. Compressor is 24000 BTU model - RAS3M20SACV INVERTER. * 1 (made in Japan)

INDOOR UNIT * 3
RASM10SKCV - 9000BTU EACH (made in Thailand).
Total cost $2739/-, for more details refer to my post on 07-09-2009, 11:59 AM.
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Old 15-09-2009, 09:25 AM   #888
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hi gurus, i am looking for a sys4 for 3 rooms and living. my usage will probably be 2 rooms daily for ard 10hrs average, while the other room and living will only be occasionally. understand that for sys4, onli inverter models are avaliable? any recommended brand/models to consider and the btu for each indoor unit? saw some bros reco MHI? TIA!
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Old 15-09-2009, 01:27 PM   #889
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hi gurus, i am looking for a sys4 for 3 rooms and living. my usage will probably be 2 rooms daily for ard 10hrs average, while the other room and living will only be occasionally. understand that for sys4, onli inverter models are avaliable? any recommended brand/models to consider and the btu for each indoor unit? saw some bros reco MHI? TIA!
system4 also available on non-inverter too.

btu for each indoor unit is around 9000btu..
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Old 15-09-2009, 03:02 PM   #890
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system4 also available on non-inverter too.

btu for each indoor unit is around 9000btu..
frm wat i have read, 9000btu shld b gd for the rooms, but wat abt the living? is it gd enuff to cool the whole living?
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Old 15-09-2009, 03:08 PM   #891
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frm wat i have read, 9000btu shld b gd for the rooms, but wat abt the living? is it gd enuff to cool the whole living?
depends on how big your living room is.

18000btu shld be enough.
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Old 16-09-2009, 03:58 PM   #892
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[QUOTE=LWP6998;40272533]Hi, can share what is your specs? yours sys1? inverter? and the btu for your compressor and FC unit if possible thanks..


mine is the 8500 or 9000 BTU system 1
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Old 16-09-2009, 06:27 PM   #893
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Thanks for ur feedback....vsml

By the way, when did u buy that? I want to know the performance of this aircon brand after couple of years....
Anyone had used MHI for years? Thanks
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Old 17-09-2009, 09:21 AM   #894
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Anyone know what could be the problem?

One of my blower unit will always have water droplets on the louvrers in the morning. Running at 23 degrees whereas my master bedroom at 24 degrees does not have such issue. Is it due temp too low?
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Old 17-09-2009, 09:47 AM   #895
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any Panasonic inverter users here?
When you set the fan speed to Auto (cool mode), does your indoor unit (FCU) stop running occasionally?
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Old 17-09-2009, 12:14 PM   #896
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Anyone know what could be the problem?

One of my blower unit will always have water droplets on the louvrers in the morning. Running at 23 degrees whereas my master bedroom at 24 degrees does not have such issue. Is it due temp too low?
mayb u describe your problem more briefly? wat brand n model u using?
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Old 17-09-2009, 02:09 PM   #897
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mayb u describe your problem more briefly? wat brand n model u using?
I think I have the same system as you IIRC, Daikin MA56EV1 / 3 x FT25DVM non-invertor.
Some water droplets will form at the louver there with some drippings on the floor every morning.

Currently I am turning to fan mode to fan dry it for a while before switching it off every morning.
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Old 17-09-2009, 02:20 PM   #898
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I think I have the same system as you IIRC, Daikin MA56EV1 / 3 x FT25DVM non-invertor.
Some water droplets will form at the louver there with some drippings on the floor every morning.

Currently I am turning to fan mode to fan dry it for a while before switching it off every morning.
wa...so jialat arh drip on the floor?

the fcu at the louver there where water droplets form is when the aircon is on? or off? or after off?
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Old 17-09-2009, 02:24 PM   #899
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hey guys, i'm using toshiba sys 3 inverter. somehow, these few days, i realize that the one in my room is not cold anymore, even when i switch down to 20degrees, i cant feel the coolness in the room. its not in Auto mode..
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wa...so jialat arh drip on the floor?

the fcu at the louver there where water droplets form is when the aircon is on? or off? or after off?
Yah luckily not alot, few drops and keep my fingers crossed, if not my parquet flooring jialat.
I am not sleeping in the room, so every morning i go over, there will be some droplets on the louver and on the parts slightly inside. So i should think the droplets should have formed when the aircon is on through the nite.
Will try to take a look when i on tonite.

The other side of the wall is my study room, both fcu are directly laid agst each other on both sides of the wall. No water droplets formed and I seldom on that aircon. However when i on it, the first few mins, i can feel some water drops shooting out as well.
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