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Fujitsu C2.5kw H3.2kw ASTG09KMCA - TheGoodGuys eBay Pick up $639.20

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With summer set to dawn on us any time, I think now may be a good time to buy an air-conditioner.

This Fujitsu model appears to have good reviews and it comes down to $639.20 if you pick up from the store. The RRP is usually $869 and TGG are currently selling it for $799

Now, the cheapest this has ever been sold for is $569.20 when TGG had a 20% off on eBAY and Fujitsu ran a $150 cashback promotion back in June So, I reckon this is a good enough deal without the cashback.

Also, this model qualifies for the Energex Peak Smart program which will save you $100 if you decide to install the smart meter

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    might be eligible for 2 year extended warranty? here

    The additional 2 year parts & labour warranty is applicable to Fujitsu General Australia ducted air conditioning products. Standard 5 year parts & labour warranty with 2 year extension is subject to online registration by 31 March 2017 and is available on domestic and residential purchases only. Finance is not required. See full terms and conditions.

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      I think it is only for Ducted air cons…"applicable to Fujitsu General Australia ducted air conditioning products"

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    Great Aircon. I have 3 of these. It runs the R32 gas (more power efficient - it runs at half the power of my other Aircons of the same size)

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      Half the power…?
      I think I saw a Pig flying over past the Super Moon

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        Lol…thanks for the negative vote. Yes, half the power..Maybe I should have included more details. Our 'old' aircons are a non-inverter and use approx 1kwh. The new aircons run at about 550wh

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          You should be a sales man, I think uncle Gerry is hiring.
          Your implying the R32 gas makes it twice as efficient when you are really saying our inverter runs at half the power of our old non inverter models.

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          @Jessie Ryder: No…I'm saying the R32 gas 'helps' the efficiency - it's not the only variable

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        LMAO

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    This or the panasonic 2.5kw?

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      panasonic

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        both are quite similer, But I like panasonic better, and got 6 of them yeasterday from ebay deal.

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          Thanks. Any opinion on the mitsubish heavy, i just noticed that this is about the same price with the current discount and cashback.

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          @F-22:

          Main reason for me to select pana was star rating, it is 5/5.5
          Mitsubishi is 4 / 4.5

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    Don't forget cash rewards for that extra 1.25% discount

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    this mitsubishi comes to $651 after $100 cash back http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-Mitsubishi-Heavy-Industries-S...

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      cashback?

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      I'm trying to see why you'd buy the Mitsubishi over the Fujitsu though since the Fujitsu seems smaller (the outdoor unit is much smaller!) and has 5 star ratings compared to 4/4.5.

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        I do not own any of the aircon, but from what i read on ozbargain people rate Panasonic and Mitsubishi above fugitshu.

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      I wanted to get the mitsubishi but nothing near my place. Most people in the townhouse complex I live in usually get mitsubishi. I did get a fujitsu installed this year and like it as it is quiet.

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    Aldi have an invertor model. No idea if any good?

    What would be a reasonable price for the install of one of these in a brick veneer bedroom? Compressor directly outside.

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      Up in North QLD, they charge between $500-$600 for a simple install with the compressor directly outside the room.

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    Can any one provide a place to find info on working out air conditioner placement sizing etc, physical space (clearance) requirements etc. I have a corner room, the externals are not that suitable - one wall has a window the other has a bookshelf taking up most of the wall space with maybe 80cm from ceiling to top - so I don't think I can put on there. I have an internal wall - that would be good - but you can't place them there right? (at least not without exposed piping/drainage). As you can see I have no idea about these issue which I assume I need to know before I can buy a unit, and I'd rather not have some 'sales' person direct my purchase and go in fairly informed.

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      I had mine installed on an internal wall. Outdoor unit was placed on roof.
      They cut the wall to run the pipes under the house.
      You have to give a bit more info if you want advice. eg. size of room, single/double storey etc

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    last 2 weeks ago, got a quote from Good Guys of installation cost Back to back (2.5kw and standard 3 Meters) at least $700.
    If it is more than 3 meters would be more expensive.
    Is that standard installation cost in Sydney?

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    Is this just the price for the head unit. or does it include an outdoor compressor unit?

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      Includes the compressor.

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    Stupid question, if i have a current unit.

    How much does it normally cost to get that unit replace with this one ?

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      I asked this same question when I got my last air con installed. I replaced one that died. The only thing they reused from the old air con was the power cable that came from the meter box and the outside ducting. He wouldn't reuse the copper piping because it had different oil inside it (compared to the new unit). He said you can clean the piping out with some sore of wash but it would be cheaper to just install new piping (compared to the labor of cleaning out the old piping). So in short, it was still 3/4 the price of a fresh install. Hope this helps

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        IT does help Thank you.

        how much did you have to pay ?

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    I bought this last week for more money…. Will the good guys Price beat guarantee work on beating their own Price?

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    Any good installer in Sydney anyone can recommend that are willing to just do installation? I rang a few and they just seems totally not interested when I told them I'm getting my own unit

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      speak to the good guys.
      They will have contacts for installation

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      Any luck skylinebmwm5? TGG is quoting me $900 for install and I am seeking if there are other options?

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        Nope, couldn't get a quote that's reasonable in time
        They all work out similar to getting an aircon guy to supply and install

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    Make sure installers uses 3m copper pipe, Fujitsu warranty requirement

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    I bought a 2.5kw and a 3.5kw panasonic from the last good guys sales. Great price.

    I have 5 Fujitsu air conditioners in my house and decided to change it up so went with panasonic. Really happy with my decision. My panasonic looks good, is quieter and has smarter features. I prefer the Panasonic over the Fujitsu.

    I had the two professionally installed for $350 each a couple of weeks ago.

    Also side note - I bought one of those broadlink rm mini 3 devices from banggood to use with my air conditioners and am super happy with it. For something so cheap (~$15 compared to some air-conditioners wifi adapter devices which could reach up to $200), it allows me to control my new air-conditioners (as well as my TV etc) remotely from my smartphone. Definitely recommend that too!

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      @carva848

      is that broadlink support setting the temp on the panasonic AC or only on and off function.

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        It supports ON/OFF, temperature and fan settings, and even mode settings! =)

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    Purchased an air conditioning unit from The Good Guys (5KW) and they are quoting $700 for install plus $200 to remove existing unit. $900 sounds expensive. Any suggestions guys?