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Aircon Reparation

Post by Asdracles » Wed, 16 Apr 2008 10:37 pm

Hi!

I have a problem with an aircon unit in my place. Its dropping lot of water when is plugged, even if its not switched off.

We dont have any maintenance. My company asked me to find any technician to repair and give them the bill.

Any suggestion about any trustful one? Would be worthy to call the main company (is a Daikin)? Guess would be more expensive, but perhaps safer.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Aircon Reparation

Post by EugeneSim » Wed, 16 Apr 2008 10:55 pm

Asdracles wrote:Hi!

I have a problem with an aircon unit in my place. Its dropping lot of water when is plugged, even if its not switched off.

We dont have any maintenance. My company asked me to find any technician to repair and give them the bill.

Any suggestion about any trustful one? Would be worthy to call the main company (is a Daikin)? Guess would be more expensive, but perhaps safer.

Thanks in advance!
guess if since its the company paying then cost won't be a major concern.
companies like coolserve or other aircon servicing business can solve your problems.
my aircon units are done by an old man, excellant service and really cheap too. only problem is think he doesn't issue receipts. :oops:

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Aircon Reparation

Post by serenitynow » Thu, 24 Apr 2008 2:31 pm

Hi Asdracles - I just used Cool Master Aircon to clean my a/c units and found their service and professionalism to be quite good. They service Sanyo units the most but maybe you can give them a ring and see if they are experienced enough to fix Daikin's. (According to their advertisement, they do.) Contact info below.

Cool Master
342 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, #03-1563
6552.0048
coolmaster@singnet.com.sg

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Post by Cicilia » Sun, 11 May 2008 2:16 am

Eugene

Wondering if you can share the old man's number with me, I need to service my aircon too, but unfortunately no company is reimbursing.

Thanks in advance

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Re: Aircon Reparation

Post by jsaha » Thu, 15 May 2008 4:54 pm

serenitynow wrote:Hi Asdracles - I just used Cool Master Aircon to clean my a/c units and found their service and professionalism to be quite good. They service Sanyo units the most but maybe you can give them a ring and see if they are experienced enough to fix Daikin's. (According to their advertisement, they do.) Contact info below.

Cool Master
342 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, #03-1563
6552.0048
coolmaster@singnet.com.sg
I second that. They came to check out my a/c units for free. Back then I was already on a contract with a company whom told me I have problems with my a/c units (which were false). One of my units leaked water and they flushed it at no charge - didn't leak again since then. After I managed to break the contract with the previous company, I signed up with Cool Master (just yesterday). They spent time on cleaning my units very thorough. Mine are Daikin units and they are definitely know what they are doing. Frankie Yet is the person I dealt with. He is very nice and he doesn't mind show you how to look for errors with your units using your a/c remote control. He even showed me how to clean the filters on my own to help cut down the dust. Good luck!

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Air con services/repair

Post by Heng Thy » Sun, 13 Jul 2008 7:05 pm

My air con got some problems. It is not working now. Yesterday, I contacted First Aircon to come and check. They told me that I need to change the PC Board first before they can check and tell what are the problems. They quoted me $450 (with no warrantee) or $550 (with 3 months warrantee) for the PC Board. Just for the inspection, they charged me $40.

I would like to seek second opinion whether it is necessary to change the PC Board.
Heng Thy

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