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|3rd November 2008, 14:31||#1|
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AC to HVAC in Xeta?
I have been using Xeta GLS since April 2008. At the time of purchase I didnt fully comprehend difference between AC & HVAC (available in GLG & GLX) and went for only AC. Now it happens that I have to frequently switch off AC during cooler times to prevent chilling. Would HVAC made a difference? Is it possible to upgrade to HVAC (not replace)? .I would appreciate if fellow BHPians can suggest whether it's worthwhile and how much it could cost?
|3rd November 2008, 19:47||#2|
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> it happens that I have to frequently switch off AC during cooler times to
> prevent chilling. Would HVAC made a difference?
Yes, it would. The HVAC has a temperature control feature which you could use to reduce the cooling.
> Is it possible to upgrade to HVAC (not replace)?
I doubt! But please check with a TASC, anyway.
|3rd November 2008, 21:58||#3|
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the HVAC isnt particularly useful. for some reason I've ( and my family agrees) felt like suffocating with the Heater on ( we tried a few times when going to church early in the morning). and besides, turning the knob all the way caused the cable to break a couple of times. i feel the AC is all you need ( it is for me )
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