Daikin an absolutely woeful Experience
My experience with Daikin was an absolute nightmare, their after sales service is beyond woeful!
I had a 25kw Daikin unit installed in my new home only to find the heating function was not adequate to warm up the selected zones, Daikin refused to accept there was an issue with the unit stating that it was never going to work because it was too cold in Cockatoo Valley SA and a number of other pathetic excuses! After months of testing and refusals from Daikin to accept there was an issue with the unit my installer ripped out the 4 month old Daiki...
Terrible customer service
We've been waiting for 3 months and they can't fix our air conditioner that still under warranty. Customer service can't even manage their own staff. products still under warranty but it doesn't work,
Purchased in November 2018.
Works every time except when the weather is hot!!!
We have had this 3 phase $8,000 air-conditioning unit for 8 years. I have stopped complaining as I get no reply and I guess it is now out of warranty. But even when it was guaranteed we still got very little support and no solution. Every single year, when it gets really hot (the 'when' for which we purchased it!), it repeatedly throws the breaker and even when turned back on the compressor doesn't run, so it doesn't work until the outside temperature gets cooler and it will restart. (by then we don't need it of course). If we call the installe...r to look at it, they don't turn up in the heat... so don't see it in its failed condition. In my opinion ... as it won't work in the hottest weather I think to say "it's not fit for purpose" would not be an exaggeration. (Written: 3.30pm inside our home which is now at 30 degrees!)
Daikin just okay
We have four of these in our house. Overall they do a great job but there are a few strange things that have happened with them that is concerning considering that they are less than a year old. Firstly we run one in my son's room every day and it works quiet well. I set it at 20 degrees and I have and avent thermometer on the bed side table and the room sits at 20 so that is good. The other three do not get used as much which might be the problem. We've had to get technicians out twice now to look at them. 1 time was for the one in our bed roo...m not turning on, I would press start and the lights would just flash and flash over and over which apparently it was flashing in a sequence to tell you what was wrong. I didn't realise this, on one hand that was good as the technician could fix the problem on the other it kept waking up my husband as it wouldn't stop flashing until I would turn it off. The 2nd time we called the tech was because the one in the lounge would not turn off once turned on with the remote. Again it was fixed but still takes a few goes to turn off. So for being less than a year old they are not amazing, but may it is best the more you use them.
Affordable, does the job
I am happy with my purchase of the Daikin 3Phase standard inverter - it falls into the budget price category & cools the room quickly & quietly. Probably ideally best for a medium sized area - too large for a typical bedroom. I only use it occasionally and have had no problems at all - easy to use remote control, didn't need to read pages of instructions to work it out. Overall, does a good job.
- 3 Phase Standard Inverter FDYQN180LBV1 (18kW)
- Verified purchase
Very happy, quite and efficient
I am very happy with this system, it does everything I wanted.
The unit was installed a month ago. It replaced a Bonaire unit which failed, so the installation used the original ceiling ducting with new R410A piping. The new installation has six zones so it uses the Daikin electronic zone control module incorporating the zone control switches, with six new 24v zone motors.
Since installation the unit has run continuously through many hot humid days and has worked perfectly. The controller has 3 fan speeds for the internal fan, in both manual...
Questions & Answers
In a heatwave like last year (43-45 degrees) will this airconditioner's cooling be enough to bring the temperature in the house down to 25 degrees?
Will this air-conditioner be able to cool the house to around 25 decrees in a heatwave just like last year (43-45%)?
Please any one advance about ac
|Category||Ducted Air Conditioners||Ducted Air Conditioners||Ducted Air Conditioners||Ducted Air Conditioners|
|Features||Inverter, On/Off Timer, Remote Control and Wi-Fi Smart Control||Inverter, On/Off Timer, Remote Control and Wi-Fi Smart Control||Inverter, On/Off Timer, Remote Control and Wi-Fi Smart Control||Inverter, On/Off Timer, Remote Control and Wi-Fi Smart Control|
|Cooling Power||18 kW||20 kW||23.5 kW|
|Heating Power||20 kW||22.4 kW||26.8 kW|
|Auto Cleaning (Self Cleaning)||No||No||No||No|
|Auto Restart Function||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Indoor Unit Dimensions||500 x 1230 x 970 mm||500 x 1430 x 970 mm||500 x 1430 x 970 mm|
|Outdoor Unit Dimensions||1680 x 930 x 765 mm||1680 x 930 x 765 mm||1680 x 930 x 765 mm||1680 x 930 x 765 mm|
|Max Indoor Sound Pressure Level||45.5 dB||44 dB||49.5 dB|
|Max Outdoor Sound Pressure Level||57 dB||57 dB||58 dB|
|Operating Temperature for Cooling||8 ℃||12 ℃ to 20 ℃||15 ℃ to 23.5 ℃|
|Operating Temperature for Heating||12℃ to 20℃||13.4℃ to 22.4℃||16.8℃ to 26.8℃|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year(s)||5 year(s)||5 year(s)||5 year(s)|
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