Without regular maintenance on your Midea aircon, your unit can start accumulating large volumes of dust and dirt and even grime inside the system. When this happens, performance-related problems can start affecting your unit such as unit noise, cooling issues and even a total system breakdown. Aircon experts strongly recommend having your unit checked regularly to ensure maximum unit performance and efficiency.
Like any other aircon brand, Midea’s aircon filters always need to be cleaned regularly to eliminate chances of intense dust and dirt build-up. Meanwhile, for filters that have been in use for a long time, it’s always recommended that they are changed for better unit performance and lifespan.
Yes. Midea is one of the most popular aircon brands in Singapore, and spare parts are available for its newer models and even some older models.
Interference from cell phone towers and remote boosters may cause the unit to malfunction and exhibit these performance-related issues. In this case, try disconnecting the power and reconnecting or simply press ON/OFF on the remote control to restart the operation.
Poor cooling performance can mean a host of different problems. Make sure to do the following troubleshooting steps:
- Make sure all windows and doors are closed
- Make sure to improve the temperature level around the unit by eliminating heat sources in the room
- Make sure the air filters are clean and free of any dirt or blockages
Here are six of the following possible solutions to this problem:
- Wait for the power to be restored
- Turn on the power
- Replace the fuse
- Replace the batteries
- Wait three minutes after restarting the unit
- Turn the timer off