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Unit is noisy in roof and outside compressor as well. It freezes up solid in temps of 4 degrees or less even though it has shelter and gd airflow well outside of supplied specs. When i experienced problems i rang MHI several times was dismissed to the retailer Mannix after multiple calls to them and differing advice from both parties several times the last i heard was it was neing fobbed off to installer when he might be close by. In the end i have just endured what i believe is a poor performing unit and no one ever turned up or rang back. I...would of made at least 15 calls to MHI or Mannix and it was tortuous. If they read this you still owe me sayisfaction or an apology. Just as i post this today we were about zero or 1 degree and unit barely warmed house. At most times it is inconsistent with fan speeds or consistent operation whether its on heating or cooling. The day they installed it later that day the technician told me the unit had no gas they had to remove it and finish up a few minor things then wait around till another unit was couriered up. Although the contracted installers seemed professional and courteous i believe they did not pressure test the second unit and other minor issues as rain and darkness beat them because of faulty unit. I was complaining within two days about that issue and the drain and noise plus the freezing solid of the unit in 3 degree temps when i was told it should work to minus 5 degrees. The unit doesn't just frost it makes solid ice. I tried and tried to get satisfaction and assurance and i got nothing nothing but buck passind misinformation and atrocious service . I even paid for 1 extra zone so it should be efficient. I haven't thought about this for ten months till this review asked me to write about it and i think MHI AND MANNIX should give me a full refund. I cant even ring them cause i got nothing but led around by the nose and a technician never turned up i thought surely they would of attended within 4 or 6 weeks but i believe that was their scheme to stop me ringing and sending photos of th
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Questions & Answers
Which is better, FDUA100VNP1VF2 or PEA-RP100GAA
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The PEA-RP100GAA is a Mitsubishi Electric model number who are a different company to us so you would need to speak to them or review their website for information on that product.
Quickly looking at the specifications (which you can find here - https://mhiaa.com.au/products/model/fdua100vnp1vf2-residential/), it seems the FDUA100VNF is slightly quieter than the Mitsubishi Electric model and has a slightly higher airflow rate. I'd suggest speaking to a local installer to determine if the FDUA100 is best for your home. You can find you closest by visiting our Where to Buy page - https://mhiaa.com.au/home/where-to-buy/
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