Centrex a/c playing up, in warranty but company bust??????
Am i still covered by someone, i have a centrex split system a/c, purchased in feb 06, with a 5 year warranty.. Centrex have since gone bust ( of course now i need something) and i am wondering if i am still covered,,,,,,,,,, have contacted the good guys, where item was purchased,,, and waiting for them to call back,,,,
if anyone can put me straight on this i woud appreciate it
Re: Centrex a/c playing up, in warranty but company...
Pretty much you are out of luck. If you were my customer I would at least take that into consideration when billin. The contractor was responsible for the first year of labor, this is a nightmare for them also imagine if they have done lots of these.
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Sorry, but as far as I know, there are no parts available for Centrex appliances. Centrex are cheap Target brand machines, and if they fail under warranty, they replace the machine. Out of warranty, you're out of luck. I'm a tech in NSW, and have not been able to source any parts here at all. One thing you could consider is calling the Fair Trading Office, as it is reasonable to assume you will be able to get parts for a washing machine less than 10 years old- they may be able to advise you further. Also, try going to the retailer you purchased machine from, and ask if they have a supplier of spare parts. Good luck!!
PS. you could also try taking hose into your local appliance repair shop, and see if they have a hose off something else that might fit- a lot of hoses are similar.
To start, check your condencer fan and make sure the condenser is clean.After that you will need a technician with instruments. If the switching off is constant, after approx. every 15 min.it could be switching off on high pressure.
I bought a house with one already installed. Found that it isn't switching from 'hot' to 'cold' After time the unit will beep and flash LED's on the unit itself and then switch off. Rather handy on 40 degree days. Good luck sourcing parts for the unit as the company have gone bust. I do know an honest working fellow that installs units - he suggests that Kelvernator are a no go, Mitsubishi, Panasonic are the ones to look at. Pay the extra cash for a brand name, they're less likely to go bust for a start, and if there is a problem, parts are readily available.