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lym
09-06-2007, 07:29 PM
Hi,

I'd used Panasonic and Joven brand. Both are good. Planning to install Joven water heaters at my new home but some shops recommend Euro Uno.

Can't find any friends who are using Euro Uno water heater . Anyone with experience using Euro Uno?

Thanks in advance.

Good Guy
10-06-2007, 12:31 AM
Hi,

I'd used Panasonic and Joven brand. Both are good. Planning to install Joven water heaters at my new home but some shops recommend Euro Uno.

Can't find any friends who are using Euro Uno water heater . Anyone with experience using Euro Uno?

Thanks in advance.


Oh NO! Please read the thread on fans. :D

lym
10-06-2007, 08:20 AM
Oh NO! Please read the thread on fans. :D

Thanks for the re-direction :) . Now I can make a decision.... :D. Thanks again.

kokomo
27-06-2007, 06:03 PM
So far am using Euro-Uno ceiling fan, comes wif a remote control and almost 1-2 yrs already still no problem with it. As for water heater, still prefer with Joven. Been long in the market and the service from them is quite good as well. As long as our water heater is still under warranty.

ceo684
01-07-2007, 12:59 PM
I'd take any water heater (preferably panasonic) that has an electronic control system. Getting scalded everyday (unless u take ur bath at midnight) as a result of taking some crappy brand recommended by my bl**dy electrician is not nice. Should've taken a national (now panasonic) like my auntie, at least won't get scalded even with low water pressure.

mlkok
23-07-2007, 10:15 PM
Guys,
Whatever you do, DO NOT get the Centon brand.
Mine just died after 6 months. The took their own sweet time getting back to me on the warranty. The support stuff was freakin rude when he called me today, telling me I have to be home to wait for the technician, as he happens to be around the area installing a newly sold product. The tone taken was as if they're doing me a favor when in fact it's their responsibility as the item is still under warranty. :mad:

leewinnie46
05-01-2008, 11:54 PM
most of the water heater would work alright but if you water pressure is high.... around 3 bar, get more advise from the Electric appliances shop.

i used whirlpool and faco, not good with high water pressure.
joven, under high water pressure, in cool whether , water supply strong and hot. i got it in january 2007 RM280 - HSL

when low water pressure , using panasonic water heater (without pam) would be great, but the hot water supply would become extreme low. those with pam having the same problem that the inner filter of water could reduce the water pressure to even lower. :p

CCY
06-01-2008, 12:14 AM
most of the water heater would work alright but if you water pressure is high.... around 3 bar, get more advise from the Electric appliances shop.
It would be better to get one that can operate under low water pressure. High water pressure can always be throttle by the inlet valve/tap to a lower pressure , thus lower water volume n should still be able to maintain reasonable temperature.


i used whirlpool and faco, not good with high water pressure.
joven, under high water pressure, in cool whether , water supply strong and hot. i got it in january 2007 RM280 - HSL
Are they temperature regulated type or the non temperature regulated that fluctuates according to the water flow rate...


when low water pressure , using panasonic water heater (without pam) would be great, but the hot water supply would become extreme low. those with pam having the same problem that the inner filter of water could reduce the water pressure to even lower. :p
Hmmmmm......A low pressure operable heater without pump would be a better choice. Some people can get headache from the pump's 'whinning...wheeeing' sound....that permeates through to the whole of the back alley...