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General Discussion For United Golf, La Tercia / Re: Air conditioning
« Last post by HeatherG on September 30, 2018, 09:17:37 PM »
Hi there
Just to clarify - I don’t mean domestic gas. All air con systems have gas to make it cold. It’s not the same as heating gas.

We don’t have domestic gas in our apartment either.

Hope that makes sense.

Heather
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General Discussion For United Golf, La Tercia / Re: Air conditioning
« Last post by LisaDan on September 09, 2018, 07:55:49 PM »
Hi Heather.

Thanks for your reply and info from the Facebook page, that is an interesting assessment though, I have never had gas in the apartment, disconnected five years ago when I bought it and everything is electric in there.

Food for thought 🤔

One thing for sure is, I cannot live without air con, it was so so hot in there. 😂
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General Discussion For United Golf, La Tercia / Re: Air conditioning
« Last post by HeatherG on September 09, 2018, 05:59:36 PM »
Someone on the Facebook group said it meant ‘no gas’.
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General Discussion For United Golf, La Tercia / The Meeting Place
« Last post by Dave on September 02, 2018, 04:41:36 PM »
1st paid for drink , in a very long time at The Meeting Place. Thanks to all , who volunteer in opening it up👍👍👍👍🍺🍺🍺🍺
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General Discussion For United Golf, La Tercia / Air conditioning
« Last post by LisaDan on August 23, 2018, 10:17:24 PM »
Hi

I was hoping someone could help. For the last two days I have had an error appearing on my
Air con wall unit saying “error code E    5”

The only way to remove it is turn the unit off and on but then it comes back

The apartment is definitely not cooling down when the air con is running.

Has anyone else Come across this and how does it get fixed? I leave to go home tomorrow but would like to know what to do for when i next come out

Thanks
Dan
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Thanks Heather and dsks for the info.
I will have a look at their website also.
Cheers,
Andy
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I used http://electronicamartinez.com/en/internet/    with an 10MB rate.  Pay as you go, rates on their website. (about $150 for router/installation up front).  I've had no issues with them to-date, just email them a couple days in advance with the dates I want the service enabled and pay them at the end.

Havnt used IPTV but  Netflicks works great.  I think they may do premium TV packages also.
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Somebody on the Facebook group was having issues with their TV Horadada signal. They were looking at changing provider, as the signal kept dropping out.

Heather
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Hi Gavin,
Thanks for that, yes I have read that 5mbps is the minimum reqd, I was just wondering if anybody on site had IPTV and what the quality was.
I havn't had the wireless internet installed yet but apparently TVHoradada are the only company that provide it on a Pay As You Go basis.
They have a shop at Los Narejos near the Hotel 525.
http://www.tvhoradada.com/nuestros-productos/internet/wimax/index.html
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I don’t have it on site but I have been told that 5mbps is required for IPTV so you should be ok. Where did you go to get your wireless internet?
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