A lack of regular maintenance will lead to a build-up of dust and can significantly increase the chances of unit noise, reducing the overall cooling efficiency of your Mitsubishi aircon. Failure to get regular and preventive maintenance can also result in dirty filters and compressors, causing your Mitsubishi unit to emit a strong foul odor that can potentially be a health hazard.
Mitsubishi aircon units come with an anti-allergen and Catechin pre-filtration feature that can protect your home from airborne allergens and pollutants. Overall, the brand’s filters are known to last a long period of time without the need for any major replacement. If the filters start showing signs of dust and dirt accumulation, we recommend scheduling an appointment for a thorough cleaning and inspection.
Yes. Mitsubishi is one of the most popular aircon brands in Singapore, and spare parts are readily available for newer models and even some older models.
This is an indicator that your unit may be choked with a handful of impurities. It could be because different particles have started clogging up the line flow fan. In most cases, this also spells trouble for the filter with its accumulation of dust and dirt. If you start experiencing this, we recommend booking a cleaning and inspection appointment right away.
An indoor unit that cannot be switched on can mean you’re dealing with a power supply issue or a faulty remote controller. For both cases, it’s always recommended that you inspect these factors before making the decision to have the unit repaired.
Ice buildup can be a sign that your aircon’s refrigerant gas is insufficient or the air filters, line flow fan and cooling coil have all gone dirty. In these cases, a chemical wash or cleaning by a licensed aircon technician is strongly recommended.
Water leakages from an indoor unit are normally caused by blockages in the drainage pipe. It is strongly recommended that you schedule a general aircon servicing with a licensed expert for the air conditioner. A leakage on the outdoor unit however is normal and shouldn’t be a cause of concern.