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Thread: Kelana Mahkota Condo Pre Management Committee

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    To: All Residents of Kelana Mahkota Condo

    SHOW UNIT B-9-3A


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    *Sorry, there's some typing error on last post on the contact number.

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    this forum is going waaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyy faster than i can possibly keep up! LOL

    shige: we plan to paint ourselves, tadak budget ler. we checked that ICI pearl glo cost about 9+ per 5 litre tong. certain pearl glo colours cost a few dollars more.

    leanne: hi neighbour yes i play squash, but not nicole david style lar :P

    yea, electrolux got fair! we've set our eyes on one of the 3-burner hob. i wonder if it's old stock though... guess we hv to go there to find out initially we thought of getting the Rinnai hood+hob set for about 1.7K (promo price), but the promo ended liao. but the hood cost 7++, (Rinnai hobs are expensive due to their safety features) and apparently Rinnai and Fujioh is related in some ways.

    anyone thinking of getting Fujioh hoods? They are costly, but their suction power damn power. all the brands wl tell you their hood is "suitable for asian cooking" lah. if you're gonna cook 2-3 times light cooking, get a simple hood cukup. unless you're gonna cook "dai-chow" style... hehe.

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    oh, electrolux dryers are quite good. currently they hv 2 models. dryers r good for condo living. if you hv budget can get the washer-cum-dryer ler, but i prefer to separate cos washer-cum-dryer very "sik-diin" wan. nanti your electricity bill skyrocket :P

    i wanna ask... York and Panasonic air-con... any opinions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliviasy
    oh, electrolux dryers are quite good. currently they hv 2 models. dryers r good for condo living. if you hv budget can get the washer-cum-dryer ler, but i prefer to separate cos washer-cum-dryer very "sik-diin" wan. nanti your electricity bill skyrocket :P
    But I noticed that the dryers also operate on exhaust systems. Another ducting headache on top of the cooker hood?

    Quote Originally Posted by oliviasy
    i wanna ask... York and Panasonic air-con... any opinions?
    I heard bad comments about York... noisy and seems to have some problems. National air-cons were highly recommended for a long time, but I don't know if Panasonic took air-cons from National or Matsu****a. Hitachi was recommended by a friend, for its high energy efficiency and 7 years warranty (others are 5 years).

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    Quote Originally Posted by cordy
    This is for the newcomers to our forum.

    Hello there to leftoverrice and Loonster,
    You both are in plenty of luck,
    For you'd join a thriving community,
    You'll find lots of informative activity,
    So long you give our President your email,
    You wld be part of a future R.A. sail,
    Welcome once again to KM community!!



    *Plse send your particulars to our President, Kuan's email address which is as follows: kuan@streamyx.com Tq!
    Thanks!!! Just started reading the threads here and got so many useful tips already. I actually started renovation last week all through an external contractor. Hopefully no more hitches (especially from Bala!!!) crop up along the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliviasy
    anyone thinking of getting Fujioh hoods? They are costly, but their suction power damn power. all the brands wl tell you their hood is "suitable for asian cooking" lah. if you're gonna cook 2-3 times light cooking, get a simple hood cukup. unless you're gonna cook "dai-chow" style... hehe.
    The suction power for the Tellini HST-2ME turbo model is over 1000 m3 p.h... that is considered high right? it also has oil-trap filters...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHiGE
    Since now many of you thinking of getting the retractable hanging pole for your clothes.... plz let us know if u manage to find good deal... so far, i managed to find a stainless steel, 3 bar, about 8-9 feet long.. for RM150. Don't know whether it is strong or not... i scare over the years it will sengget....

    anyone got qoutation for custom size mirror?
    I mentioned before, 6x8' is RM858 for frameless. With frame can easily go to 1.5k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by totoro
    But I noticed that the dryers also operate on exhaust systems. Another ducting headache on top of the cooker hood?
    yes, dryers hv their own pipe to release the hot air. i don't know about other brands, but electrolux punya is from the side. if u hv grills at the yard area, u can just place the dryer "exhaust" pipe facing the grill (use some string to hang it) so dat the hot air can blow out.



    I heard bad comments about York... noisy and seems to have some problems. National air-cons were highly recommended for a long time, but I don't know if Panasonic took air-cons from National or Matsu****a. Hitachi was recommended by a friend, for its high energy efficiency and 7 years warranty (others are 5 years).
    oic. was thinking of Panasonic, but got some feedback from contractor about it. they say panasonic not cold wor, York better. could be their mktg strategy for all u know. anyway, just thought of getting some opinions from users so that can do some survey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by totoro
    The suction power for the Tellini HST-2ME turbo model is over 1000 m3 p.h... that is considered high right? it also has oil-trap filters...
    errr... ok kua. not sure about brands like tellini & teka. i've only enquired rinnai, fujioh & pacific. all oso got oil trap, all oso self-cleaning. all oso tell me "for asian cooking". but for sure fujioh has the highest suction power (the higher range models). in fact, the fujioh salesguy recommended one of fujioh's lower end models if u cook simple dishes 2-3 times a week. lower end oso cost 2K+ *pengsan*

    btw, some hoods are considered "designer hoods", very fancy type. those i can tell u r only suitable for western cooking (fry egg/maggi mee) cos there's less oil, and their suction power is very low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovecath
    Dear all,

    After going thru so many contractors and all the hoo hah, finally managed to get some good deals. In fact, grill and kitchen installation will take place either on friday or sunday this week.

    I am using KK Lee for the grill and another outside contractor for kitchen cabinet. Drop me a note if you guys want to know this contractor. Is a recommendation from a friend. Price is cheap. Cheaper than Ikea DIY.

    In the mean time, I am still looking for cooker hood and the top hob. Any recommendation for good and cheap brand?
    I think this place offers pretty good prices (not only hobs). I bought a Cornell, 2 ring glass hob (gas) RM250, batteries included They also sell matching cooker hoods. Go check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaytea
    i'm wondering how to wash my unit.
    did you mop and mop and mop,
    or did you wet the floor, letak sabun, use the lidi broom to sweep,
    or did you use a wet and dry vacumn
    or subcon the job
    or how?

    i'll be washing mine, either thurs/fri/sat and am not sure what is the best way of doing it.
    Sweep Sweep Sweep all the dust and sand away first - then vacuum as much as you can. Immediately mopping the floor doesn't help coz the sediment stays put. Easier to get rid of them while they're dry first. Free Hotel slippers come in handy here coz the sand don't stick as much to your feet compared to being barefoot. Take it from someone who's done a lot of "dirty work"

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexcttan
    Nope, currently at Shang Villa.

    p.s. seems to have a lot of Alex(s) in the house
    Maybe you should change your name ...

    Anyway, I know an Alex from Kelana D'putra who is a sports freak and also bought a property on Block C in Kelana Mahkota. You might want to rope him in on the games session.

    Any women interested in badminton or squash? I am game for that when I move in lah! (If I ever .. with all the problems I currently have .. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliviasy
    this forum is going waaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyy faster than i can possibly keep up! LOL

    leanne: hi neighbour yes i play squash, but not nicole david style lar :P

    No problem la. Me probably worse than you but good to sweat a bit. Sit too much in office very bad for da health and the weight!

    When are you moving in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliviasy
    errr... ok kua. not sure about brands like tellini & teka. i've only enquired rinnai, fujioh & pacific. all oso got oil trap, all oso self-cleaning. all oso tell me "for asian cooking".
    I was told some guy had actually quit Tellini and then formed Pacific. Both Taiwanese companies.

    Quote Originally Posted by oliviasy
    but for sure fujioh has the highest suction power (the higher range models)
    but for sure fujioh wants you to believe that.

    but then again, what is the suction power in their highest range specifications? I checked their website at:
    http://www.fujihome.com/n-hoods01.htm

    and the highest Exhaust Air Flow : 800m3/h (High), 420m3/h (Low), for F1200V model. (which I think sells for over 2-3k).

    fujioh's best selling model, the F1000V's suction is 570m3/h (High), 330m3/h (Low)... and it costs RM1800 just for the hood.

    of course, suction isn't the only aspect to consider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leanne
    Anyway, I know an Alex from Kelana D'putra who is a sports freak and also bought a property on Block C in Kelana Mahkota. You might want to rope him in on the games session.
    Is his car reg # WEY 7067?

    erm... don't mind a few rounds of sports with him though. but i'm not good.

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