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    AirCon tips

    Left it a bit late but I'm about to buy an 18k btu aircon unit this afternoon, so any tips/advice would be handy. Looking to spend around 25-30k bt though a bit more is fine.

    Am ok with Mitsubishi to date, pissed off with Samsung since their TV went wonky about a month after the one-year guarantee expired. Good service from Numchai over the years, so will start and probably end there.

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    Keep the remote on your bedside table.

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    Daikin Inverter is the best on the market IMO.

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    I would say mitsubishi and Panasonic but we are sales service and installation agents for both brands, so I would say that. Please ignore my prejudice and 45 years experience.

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    Bought this yesterday from Numchai for daughter in law


    Dont know what the previous price was, but i can vouch that 14 degrees is quite chilly and it was 8k cheaper than a Daikin and has 10 years and 3 years warrantees.
    In her house you can leave two bedroom doors open with that and you wont need aircon in those rooms. Its almost silent too

    Oh and It came with 2 free cleaning vouchers
    Last edited by Dillinger; 16-06-2018 at 05:09 PM.

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    Ended up with a Mitsubishi, clipped it down 10% from 32k, was a toss up between that and I think the same Sharp Dillinger pimped (they all look the same), but the old Mitsu gave good service so went for that.

    All sorted, too late for regrets, thanks for your inputs.

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    ^ thats a 24btu that one, but the aircon guy i spoke to before i went looking said to get a Daikin or Missssooo.
    So it should last you a good while.

    Your leccy bill should drop considerably if you replaced an old thing, your new one has an inverter and you leave it on most of the time

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    Last one was 15 years, bless it!

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    Aircon

    Tell the steward your a senior executive on the way to the InterCON Pie summit, upgrade to the ravers lounge everytime.

    As for the cool machines, rather like Lanna lasses clean and service regularly for peak refreshment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Dont know what the previous price was,
    88,888 thb

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    Needed to look twice and a bit.

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