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Mitsubishi Electric MSZ-GL80VGD (7.8kW)

Mitsubishi Electric MSZ-GL80VGD (7.8kW) Questions & Answers

MPN: MSZGL80VGDKIT
4.6 from 12 reviews

3 questions from our users

lisa

lisaasked

MSZ-GL80VGD (7.8kW)

where is this unit made?

1 answer
Mitsubishi Electric
Support C.Mitsubishi Electric

Hi Lisa,

The MSZ-GL80VGD is made in the Mitsubishi Electric factory in Thailand.

Best regards,
Mitsubishi Electric Australia Support

Franko

Frankoasked

MSZ-GL80VGD (7.8kW)

Has this machine have a filter ? and what is needed to clean and how?

3 answers
Stewpot
Stewpot

It will have outlet filters. My model is the 7.1 but assuming they are similar you need to open the hatch at the front of the indoor unit. It lifts upwards. The filters will be visible and slide out easily. A bit hard to explain but here but it is quite simple.

NadiaF
NadiaF

Stewpot has answered this as i have no idea... I will just get in the airconditioner cleaner to do it... lol

Mitsubishi Electric
Support C.Mitsubishi Electric

We have created a guide on how to clean your air conditioner filter, which this model has.

Find the guide here:
http://www.mitsubishielectric.com.au/how-to-clean-air-conditioner-filter.html

Kind regards,
Mitsubishi Electric Australia Support

Wayne H

Wayne Hasked

MSZ-GL80VGD (7.8kW)

Sounds like an installer problem , not a Mitsubishi one ! Can't see how you can blame them ~ they had no idea of your house "condition". Does anyone make a domestic heat pump capable of 16kw ?? We have just ordered the GL80 and our installer did the calculations. If it doesn't cope (which I'm sure it will) ~ it is his head that will roll, not Mitsubishi's !

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Kade
Kade

I agree, this review of his installer has nothing to do with the product. If product review had any thoughts of being useful they need to take stuff like this down

Rob
Rob

I also agree. The product is "unaware" of its intended location. So, an 8KW system could (to take it to the extreme) be installed in an outdoors football stadium and clearly it would not do the trick. On the other hand it would perform brilliantly in your en-suite. It is not the manufacture's fault. Mitsubishi have a great reputation, second to none - just take a look at CHOICE's review of a/c units as an example. We have one unit and another on the way. Mr Bishi, you're the one for us !

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