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1 hour ago, Quark said:

 

Seem to recall the highest ever reading in Melbourne city is ~46.5C (Black Saturday) and ~48C in the suburbs. I like my air to work on the very hottest days. YMMV

I think we all do.....

should have a look at this compared to the Daikin or the Mitsubishi.    Don’t look at the happy clients giving them 5 stars look at the dissatisfied ones.... 

 

https://www.productreview.com.au/listings/actronair-standard

 

Not to say that the other products don’t have failure rates.  

One good thing though they are cross referencing calls to ensure that dissatisfaction are followed up!  They are also asking for a video feed to ensure the complaints are genuine and not inherent.... so all this is a good thing.    (Inherent is when a manufacturer has asked to please accept, this is a byproduct that must be accepted, can’t be fixed).   You then need to take that to consumer affairs and provided evidence that you have been mislead......   now most will then come to an agreement with you b4 it gets to this stage, but you have to be specific that you are prepared to head in that direction.   

 

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I have a Bora induction cooktop, with a central extractor. This means that we can do away with a range hood. it wasn't cheap, but little more than a similar induction cook top and a good conventional range hood. It has the advantage of being much quieter, as rather than having an extractor fan at ear level, it's outside, below the floor. The induction cooktop cooking experience is wonderful, as others have said. It's especially good for things like jamming that requires a long cook at a steady temperature. We had one unit fail within a week of installation, it was replaced in country Victoria within 3 days - great service.

 

This thread also seems to have morphed into an aircon thread, we also have 2 Daikin US7 zircons, we can't speak highly enough of them, energy efficient and haven't missed a beat in heating the house when the outside temp is -7C or cooling at 45 degrees

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3 hours ago, Addicted to music said:

I think we all do.....

should have a look at this compared to the Daikin or the Mitsubishi.    Don’t look at the happy clients giving them 5 stars look at the dissatisfied ones.... 

 

https://www.productreview.com.au/listings/actronair-standard

 

Not to say that the other products don’t have failure rates.  

One good thing though they are cross referencing calls to ensure that dissatisfaction are followed up!  They are also asking for a video feed to ensure the complaints are genuine and not inherent.... so all this is a good thing.    (Inherent is when a manufacturer has asked to please accept, this is a byproduct that must be accepted, can’t be fixed).   You then need to take that to consumer affairs and provided evidence that you have been mislead......   now most will then come to an agreement with you b4 it gets to this stage, but you have to be specific that you are prepared to head in that direction.   

 

We did check product review before we purchased, but Actron was recommended by an installer we'd used before (who basically said they had issues when first moving from commercial to domestic systems, but had got them sorted). Any any event, all good in the 11 months we've run the system since installation.

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