Please suggest a stabilizer for 1.5 ton AC

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Is it good to buy stabilizer which can handle 2 ton AC?
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if you had got the AC from offline stores then ask them as they would suggest some brands which they are selling/dealers for a while and would last well/serviceable as well, some of the brands are Premier/Sakthi etc.. 

nothing against V-Guard but sharing my experience - got one for TV and it went dead in less than 2 months, the service person coolly said that PCB gets heated a lot and this is the issue which is a product defect from their end 😃, they replaced a new board and so far no issues (close to 1.5yrs now), so wrt electronics you can't predict how long/when it will die 😃

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Will I purchase a stabilizer of 4kv or 5kv. Although I have 1.5 ton AC but thinking about buying 5kv just to be on the safer side. Please suggest.

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Why take a stabilizer?

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Voltage issue in my area.

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try to find v-guard vs400 model from authorised shops/disti it has copper winding wink

Entertainer Entertainer
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Go with bluebird copper winding one

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Are you sure it's better than microtek and V-guard?

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Today I went to an electrical shop and he said there is no copper winding in the microtek or v guard stabilizer. If someone is selling by saying that he is telling a lie. These stabilizer have a pcb system @PoundCake @Rosh_0007

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Power outages are one of the major reasons of electronic appliances' damage these days.
For TV I would suggest to spend a bit more and get a UPS instead of a stabilizer. A UPS will act as a stabilizer too and your TV will not turn off abruptly as the UPS will give you sometime to do a proper shutdown

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Microtek 4160+ is a great stabilizer. I am using it at 3 sites and working great.

Copper winding is a gimmick.

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