Jet-Air Air Conditioning Services by Gauteng Aircon. Top aircon service provider for many years, we do aircon repairs and service for all models of jet-air air conditioners.
With us, the cost of installing a jet-air air conditioner is extremely low. Moreover, we provide options to suit your budget.
Additionally, if you are not sure on the model choice, we can assist and guide your selection. Wide range of Jet-air inverter models as well as Jet air non inverter models to suit your pocket.
For new air conditioner installations, our price includes electrical power supply. Once we are done, you have your unit ready for use.
We also remove and re-install air conditioner units for instance during building make overs and renovations.
Jet Air Conditioners For Midwall Split Aircon Systems
Jet -air conditioner prices are light on the pocket and the units perform very well, able to last up to 15 years.
Depending on unit size, model and distance from indoor to outdoor unit, jet air con installation prices may vary.
Models of Jet-air aircons includes Amber, Amber Mirror, Jet air q-series, Jet air window units and J-smart.
Jet-air Q Series Inverter - offers a self cleaning system with fast cool and heat effect. Enjoy a breeze of cool air with more negative oxygen ions. Jet air q series inverter price is cheap when you look at the appeal, air quality and the top air cleaning ability. We do a complete supply and install service on these units.
Jet air Amber and Amber Mirror - You can view the jet air amber mirror technical specifications here. These non inverters have a fine appeal and very low aircon installation cost. If you have a low budget, this is the ideal mid-wall split installation choice for you.
Jet air J Smart Inverter - a smart air con that an link with Wifi. Energy saving, smart defrost, turbo heating and cooling. Ideal for the modern family.
Jet air window non inverter units - for window air conditioning. Low price of installation. These units are for cooling only.
We are a top air conditioner installer for all brands including Jet air units
Jet-Air Air Conditioning Services For Ceiling Mounted Units
The Jet-air air conditioners are a good choice for ceiling and under ceiling aircon system.
Jet -air ceiling cassette inverter and non inverter models - Top Jet-Air Cassette Split Non-inverter with smart defrosting function, Smart zone controller
Power-off memory function
Jet-air Air Conditioning Re-gas, Repairs & Service
Jet air conditioner repairs is just one of the many brands we cover. We are trusted for fixing jet air air conditioners and use genuine aircon parts for repairs.
Replacement of faulty parts with genuine parts, such as the ones on the list below
Worn out aircon filters
Evaporator and condenser coils
Breakers and capacitors
Let us help you with quality air conditioning maintenance. Our ac repairs covers water leaks inside and outside of the house. Is your air conditioner not cooling? We fix refrigerant leaks and re-gas to normal gas levels. Our top jet air conditioner maintenance service makes sure that no dirty filters remain. Frozen evaporator coils should not be a headache for you.
We can also get in contract ac repairs and maintenance, with a full cover air conditioning service plan.
Jet-air Aircon Error Caodes
Here is a list of jet-air aircon fault codes to be aware of.
E1 – abnormal value of resistance for plastic sensor. Possible cable connection with PCB
E2 – fault error for possible poor signal connection between indoor and outdoor unit, or broken copper sensor.
E3 – abnormal value of resistance for copper sensor. Possible cable connection with PCB
E4 – error code for possible fault with wire connection of indoor
E5 – indoor and outdoor error in communication
Error for outdoor units
F0 fault error relating to temperature sensor of compressor or overheat switch protection
F1 code for outdoor temperature sensor
F2 Discharge temp sensor
F3 Outdoor coil temp sensor
F4 Overheat protection/discharge temp
F5 Outdoor E2PROM
F6 Module IPM
F7 Protection of bus current
F8 Module PFCQ: What happens when certain LED lights are on?