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Mitsubishi Electric MSZ-GE42VAB (4.2kW)

Mitsubishi Electric MSZ-GE42VAB (4.2kW) Questions & Answers

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Maeve

Maeveasked

MSZ-GE42VAB (4.2kW)

Should my new MSZ GE42VAD cut out when it reaches set temp on remote?

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Clementsons
Clementsons

Sorry that’s not something I can answer.
Perhaps ring the manufacturer, it should be under warranty!

Reinerle

Reinerleasked

MSZ-GE42VAB (4.2kW)

What is the difference between a model SETDXK 122SA-W1129
AND a DXK 33ZRAW bOTH ARE MITSUBISHY models. and should I purchase a model using R32 or R410A, WHICH IS THE BETTER GAS?

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Mitsubishi Electric
Support C.Mitsubishi Electric

Hi Reinerle, The models you mentioned are not Mitsubishi Electric models. These belong to the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries brand. Models starting with MSZ-GE are Mitsubishi Electric models. For R32, look at Mitsubishi Electric MSZ-GL series: https://www.productreview.com.au/p/mitsubishi-msz-gl-series.html

R32 provides an increase in energy efficiency compared to R410A.

Kind Regards,
Mitsubishi Electric Australia Support

Brian
Brian

I think you should contact Mitsubishi Heavy industries in Australia, They should be able to assist you with your enquiries as they are too technical for me to answer your questions. See the web address below.
https://mhiaa.com.au/

Richard Bentley

Richard Bentleyasked

MSZ-GE42VAB (4.2kW)

i have a Mitsubishi heatpump msz-ge42va and its not throwing out any heat. Any help?

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Phil

Philasked

MSZ-GE42VAB (4.2kW)

We plan on installing a new MSZ-GE 4.2KW unit our installer plans to use an existing 10 amp power circuit but my uncle who is retired electrician advocates a new circuit back to the switch board, is that necessary??

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Davo
Davo

The manufacturer's specification for this unit shows that it can draw up to 10 amps, so it should indeed be on its own circuit rather than sharing a 10 amp. circuit with other loads. Also, the manufacturer suggests a 10 amp. circuit breaker (this has a similar protective function to that of a fuse, but has advantages including the option of being fitted with an earth leakage trip - ask your uncle about this).
Regards,
David (ret'd, comms and commercial computers etc.)
P.S. my background makes me conservative - zero risk-taking.

Phil
Phil

Thank you David, much appreciated!

Glenn d J
Glenn d J

Legally no. It's under the 10 amp range .and depending what on that circuit . The amp draw of a 4.2 inverter won't trip it unless it's say on a dryer circuit or heavy draw appliance . Will just become a nuisance trip if overloaded .

Netcounts

Netcountsasked

MSZ-GE42VAB (4.2kW)

Hi, I have an area about 150 squ metres to cool and heat. Could you please advise what size A/C i will need and price please?

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Mitsubishi Electric
Support C.Mitsubishi Electric

Hi,

There are different factors which can affect the heating and cooling load of an air conditioning system. Factors that may need to be considered, such as the technology being used, geographic location, building materials and orientation, the number of occupants, quality of insulation and types of activities being undertaken, etc.

We recommend you speak to of the Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Dealers, your local air conditioning specialist. You can find them here: http://www.mitsubishielectric.com.au/2246.htm.

Regards,
Mitsubishi Electric Australia Support

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