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Topic # 102716 21-May-2012 07:45
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Hi All,
We had a heat pump put in a couple of years ago (best decision EVER). I recently had to do a manual cleaning of the dust boxes etc and noticed the air filters are pretty gungy and the plastic outer is starting to crack.

Is there someone who sells these cheaply? It's a fujitsu nocria - awtz218. I would call the heat pump guy who installed it but have no idea what they are worth so would appreciate an indication.


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  Reply # 628189 21-May-2012 09:07
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Are you sure you got the model number right? There's only 4 hits on google for it. The indoor and outdoor units often have different numbers.




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  Reply # 628190 21-May-2012 09:08
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Oh and two years old it should be covered either by warranty or consumer guarantees. That's not meant to be a consumable part.




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  Reply # 628540 21-May-2012 20:02
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Currently Fujitsu authorised installers give you a 6 year warranty, a.f.a.i.k. others give you 5.




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  Reply # 628756 22-May-2012 09:50
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Hi, Being a self cleaning system, and since you havent touched it before, the cracks should be covered under warranty so try them first. Also, try this for cleaning -  Coil and Duct disinfectant available from these guys -http://www.greenleaf.co.nz/index.html. We started getting itchy runny/noses when the ac was running so used this to clean the insides and that sorted the problem.

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