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post Jan 22 2022, 12:41 PM

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QUOTE(claudetan @ Jan 21 2022, 08:48 PM)
nope, the autox full power the aircond and the sound very loud, and i check it didnt stop automatic at all, i thought it will adjust the aircond power depends on temp.
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Here you go, hope this helps you understand more on how the iAuto-X works.

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mini orchard
post Jan 26 2022, 09:25 PM

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My 15 years Pana 2hp finally decided to call it a day.

Replaced the compressor, capillary tube, vacuum and refill gas.

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post Jan 26 2022, 09:48 PM

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Does anyone have this problem? My AC blower wheel gets dirty very quickly. When this happens the compressor gets very noisy. Once I cleaned the blower wheel is ok.

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mini orchard
post Jan 26 2022, 10:06 PM

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QUOTE(whtrader @ Jan 26 2022, 09:48 PM)
Does anyone have this problem? My AC blower wheel gets dirty very quickly. When this happens the compressor gets very noisy. Once I cleaned the blower wheel is ok.
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All air cond filters in the market now doesnt help much to filter dust. Is worst if the environment is dusty.

You can either ..

1. Wash the filter regularly, or

2. Add another filter to increase filtering efficiency but it will reduce airflow. Is available in shopee or lazada.
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post Jan 26 2022, 10:26 PM

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QUOTE(mini orchard @ Jan 26 2022, 09:25 PM)
My 15 years Pana 2hp finally decided to call it a day.

Replaced the compressor, capillary tube, vacuum and refill gas.

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Wah, u DIY ka???

mini orchard
post Jan 26 2022, 10:28 PM

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QUOTE(lyt25_1234 @ Jan 26 2022, 10:26 PM)
Wah, u DIY ka???
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Together with my friend....I dont have the complete tools.
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post Jan 27 2022, 12:33 AM

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I got National model (90s)whereby some parts of the indoor unit like the motor and blower is semi faulty, but outdoor unit still good. Is there anyway to replace the broken parts inside the indoor unit? The a.c. repairman said the model is discontinued thus won't be able to get anymore replacement parts is this true?
National brand air-cond from that era were much reliable than Panasonic today right?user posted image
Looks about like this model.
Also wonder why those National Aircon indoor unit were way slimmer than the bulky ones today?

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post Jan 27 2022, 01:35 AM

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QUOTE(claudetan @ Jan 21 2022, 10:07 AM)
finally got my pana x-premium installed, when i use iAUTO-X, the air cond like blasting at full power all the time and quite noisy, is it normal?

i thought it will automatic adjust the power....
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Searching for a/c, it seems Daikin (FTKU) and Pana (CS-XU) are harder to get.
Mind to share the shop and price. Thanks
mini orchard
post Jan 27 2022, 05:55 AM

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QUOTE(senscents @ Jan 27 2022, 01:35 AM)
Searching for a/c, it seems Daikin (FTKU) and Pana (CS-XU) are harder to get.
Mind to share the shop and price. Thanks
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post Jan 27 2022, 06:12 AM

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QUOTE(fookhing @ Jan 27 2022, 12:33 AM)
I got National model (90s)whereby some parts of the indoor unit like the motor and blower is semi faulty, but outdoor unit still good. Is there anyway to replace the broken parts inside the indoor unit? The a.c. repairman said the model is discontinued thus won't be able to get anymore replacement parts is this true?
National brand air-cond from that era were much reliable than Panasonic today right?user posted image
Looks about like this model.
Also wonder why those National Aircon indoor unit were way slimmer than the bulky ones today?
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Unless you know the part number or ac model, you can try to search online.

I replaced my 2hp Pana indoor blower motor in nov. Took it from a spare spoilt unit. Market price is RM160.

Most of my Pana ac are above 10 years which is considered good oredi.

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post Jan 27 2022, 08:54 AM

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Did not stated any shop or contact no. Do you have any contact?
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post Jan 27 2022, 11:22 AM

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QUOTE(senscents @ Jan 27 2022, 01:35 AM)
Searching for a/c, it seems Daikin (FTKU) and Pana (CS-XU) are harder to get.
Mind to share the shop and price. Thanks
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https://shopee.com.my/Panasonic-1.0HP-X-Pre...5350.4489766840

i bought them 2 months ago, and those were last 3 unit, the shop was kind enough to keep the stock for me as i want to utilise my shopess vouchers, they also help me to do the save 2.0 for rm200 off
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post Jan 27 2022, 11:59 AM

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QUOTE(mini orchard @ Jan 27 2022, 06:12 AM)
Unless you know the part number or ac model, you can try to search online.

I replaced my 2hp Pana indoor blower motor in nov. Took it from a spare spoilt unit. Market price is RM160.

Most of my Pana ac are above 10 years which is considered good oredi.

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It's actually CS-903KM. Either CS/CU i think this the region code.

What breaks is the bushings if the blower wheel. Once detached or out of alignment, grinding noise happens and may stop the wheel movement completely. May I know is bushings originally molded into the blower? Or is it attached only by glue? The foreman had tried various tricks like saying he went to buy a new bushing and then use Super glue to paste the bushing onto the wheel. It last for a few months and then it breaks again. Also the blower motor is generating bearing noises which the foreman said is something he can't fix as he dont have the motor for this discontinued aircond.
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post Jan 27 2022, 12:19 PM

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QUOTE(fookhing @ Jan 27 2022, 11:59 AM)
It's actually CS-903KM. Either CS/CU i think this the region code.

What breaks is the bushings if the blower wheel. Once detached or out of alignment, grinding noise happens and may stop the wheel movement completely. May I  know is bushings originally molded into the blower? Or is it attached only by glue? The foreman had tried various tricks like saying he went to buy a new bushing and then use Super glue to paste the bushing onto the wheel. It last for a few months and then it breaks again. Also the blower motor is generating bearing noises which the foreman said is something he can't fix as he dont have the motor for this discontinued aircond.
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Cant comment on your unit as I havent own a unit.

As for my unit, the rubber bush sits on the motor without any glue. When attached to the blower, it sits firmly on the body casing.

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post Jan 27 2022, 12:28 PM

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QUOTE(mini orchard @ Jan 27 2022, 12:19 PM)
Cant comment on your unit as I havent own a unit.

As for my unit, the rubber bush sits on the motor without any glue. When attached to the blower, it sits firmly on the body casing.

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Im not exactly sure what happens with my unit, probably something went loose somewhere hence the foreman kept apply superglue and it detached again soon after, not durable. I suspect something was broken during one time we called then to wash the air-cond and the blower bush problem started happening, before that all was good except the motor bearing noise which was bearable if we don't set the fan speed to medium or high.

Thinking back, it could be that the blower bracket is broken? 1st time we called them to repair, they didn't mention about bush. What they did was took out the blower and superglued something on the little screw hole at the end of the tube, either 1 or both sides. second time, they said they replaced the bushing, also did some superglue fix that I can't see clearly where they fix

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post Jan 27 2022, 12:37 PM

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QUOTE(fookhing @ Jan 27 2022, 12:28 PM)
Im not exactly sure what happens with my unit, probably something went loose somewhere hence the foreman kept apply superglue and it detached again soon after, not durable. I suspect something was broken during one time we called then to wash the air-cond and the blower bush problem started happening, before that all was good except the motor bearing noise which was bearable if we don't set the fan speed to medium or high.

Thinking back, it could be that the blower bracket is broken? 1st time we called them to repair, they didn't mention about bush. What they did was took out the blower and superglued something on the little screw hole at the end of the tube, either 1 or both sides. second time, they said they replaced the bushing, also did some superglue fix that I can't see clearly where they fix
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Wear and tear is normal for any product. It may break eventually no matter how careful the foreman.

The blower motor will get heated up during usage and disintegrate the glue

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post Jan 27 2022, 09:00 PM

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Hi guys

Can aircons nowadays be connected directly to FB without 20a power socket to control? What’s the pro and con? Tq
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post Jan 28 2022, 10:27 AM

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I am installing a 3rd unit ac , keeping it to panansonic as the other 2 is same. although i like the Media All easy pro for ease of self cleaning.

The 2 models i am comparing

CS-XPU10XKH-1 (1.0HP) - rm2,000.00
CS-PU9XKH-1 - rm1600.00

I compared the specs and they differ slightly.
Does it account to much benefit (XPU) if I am using it 8 hrs at night to sleep only?

Model
Indoor (50 Hz)
CS-PU9XKH-1
Cooling Capacity (min-max)
2.78 (0.84-2.90) kW
9,480 (2,860-9,890) Btu/h
EER (min-max)
11.85 (12.71-10.99) Btu/hW
3.48 (3.73-3.22) W/W
CSPF
4.83 W/W
Electrical Data
Voltage
230 V
Current
3.7 A
Power Input (min-max)
800 (225-900) W
Moisture Removal
1.6 L/h
3.4 Pt/h
Air Circulation
Indoor
10.3 m³/min (365 ft³/min)
Outdoor
26.7 m³/min (940 ft³/min)
Noise Level
Indoor (H / L / Q-Lo)
38/26/21 dB (A)


Cooling Capacity (min-max)
2.84 (0.90-3.40) kW
9,680 (3,070-11,600) Btu/h
EER (min-max)
13.26 (13.64-11.26) Btu/hW
3.89 (4.00-3.30) W/W
CSPF
5.46 W/W
Electrical Data
Voltage
230 V
Current
3.3 A
Power Input (min-max)
730 (225-1,030) W
Moisture Removal
1.7 L/h
3.6 Pt/h
Air Circulation
Indoor
10.3 m³/min (365 ft³/min)
Outdoor
27.6 m³/min (970 ft³/min)
Noise Level
Indoor (H / L / Q-Lo)
38/26/19 dB(A)


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post Jan 28 2022, 01:33 PM

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QUOTE(dudester @ Jan 28 2022, 10:27 AM)
I am installing a 3rd unit ac , keeping it to panansonic as the other 2 is same. although i like the Media All easy pro for ease of self cleaning.

The 2 models i am comparing

CS-XPU10XKH-1 (1.0HP) - rm2,000.00
CS-PU9XKH-1 - rm1600.00

I compared the specs and they differ slightly.
Does it account to much benefit (XPU) if I am using it 8 hrs at night to sleep only?

Model
Indoor (50 Hz)
CS-PU9XKH-1
Cooling Capacity (min-max)
2.78 (0.84-2.90) kW
9,480 (2,860-9,890) Btu/h
EER (min-max)
11.85 (12.71-10.99) Btu/hW
3.48 (3.73-3.22) W/W
CSPF
4.83 W/W
Electrical Data
Voltage
230 V
Current
3.7 A
Power Input (min-max)
800 (225-900) W
Moisture Removal
1.6 L/h
3.4 Pt/h
Air Circulation
Indoor
10.3 m³/min (365 ft³/min)
Outdoor
26.7 m³/min (940 ft³/min)
Noise Level
Indoor (H / L / Q-Lo)
38/26/21 dB (A)
Cooling Capacity (min-max)
2.84 (0.90-3.40) kW
9,680 (3,070-11,600) Btu/h
EER (min-max)
13.26 (13.64-11.26) Btu/hW
3.89 (4.00-3.30) W/W
CSPF
5.46 W/W
Electrical Data
Voltage
230 V
Current
3.3 A
Power Input (min-max)
730 (225-1,030) W
Moisture Removal
1.7 L/h
3.6 Pt/h
Air Circulation
Indoor
10.3 m³/min (365 ft³/min)
Outdoor
27.6 m³/min (970 ft³/min)
Noise Level
Indoor (H / L / Q-Lo)
38/26/19 dB(A)
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How do you intend to monitor or measure those specs?

AC is about btu cum cooling efficiency to room size and maintenance.

For invertor ac that dont run 365/7/24 is diificult justify for the price and energy savings compared to an invertor fridge.

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post Jan 28 2022, 02:17 PM

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QUOTE(mini orchard @ Jan 28 2022, 01:33 PM)
How do you intend to monitor or measure those specs?

AC is about btu cum cooling efficiency to room size and maintenance.

For invertor ac that dont run 365/7/24 is diificult justify for the price and energy savings compared to an invertor fridge.
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Just hoping to get a recommendation if I should fork out the extra 400rm. Thanks anyway.

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