Register Your Fujitsu Cooling Product Online is one of the websites created by Fujitsu General America Inc., which provides the best cooling product – Halcyon Mini-Split Air Conditioners and Heat Systems. Go to the website, you can learn the products information, download the Owner’s Manuals, get the rebate offers, register your products online, find a contractor, and more.

How to register your product:

When open the website, select which type of product you’ve purchased (for home or small business), then click on the “Consumers” button. You can see the “Product Registration” on the left, just click on the link to start your registration process by providing your personal information and purchase information.

Click here to register your product now!

To get the rebates for Fujitsu products, click here.

About Fujitsu General cool products:

The Halcyon line of mini-split heat pumps and air conditioners, one of the most used residential cooling products in 2009, will provide individual room temperatures for whole-home constant comfort, year-round in most climates. Halcyon systems allow for a peaceful inside environment because components like compressors and motors are installed outdoors. The energy efficiencies of these systems can help save up to 50% on utility bills.

Go to the website, you can also use the energy calculator to know how much money you potentially could save by switching to Fujitsu mini-splits. Click here to calculate now!

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3 Comments on "Register Your Fujitsu Cooling Product Online"

  1. i need info on split system

  2. John D. Laskowski | February 24, 2012 at 12:15 pm |

    Your current advertisement airing on WHP 580 AM radio in Harrisburg PA is erred with the female announcer stating “redic-AH -lous” instead of the correct pronunciation “redic-U-lous” .
    I am asking your company to pull this ad, change the advertising agency that produced said ad and reprimand your employee who did not perforn due diligence to assure quality control and quality assurance. As a consumer I would not even consider your product if your company cannot present a commercial devoid of such an error. The comedian Billy Crystal coined this rediculous bastardization of the English language ten years ago and now in 2011 – 2012 people think it is “cute” to mimic it in our current culture conversation.
    I am doing research of the negative impact of such failings on consumers and I suggest that the “negative psychology” of purposely used slang will subcounsciousely turn off more customers than those whom are positively affected. I wonder if it is worth it for your company in these economically stressed times.
    The ongoing degradation of English language usage in America is noted with the overuse of : “like”, “you know”, and the short-cutting of words and phrases such as ( “Present” for President Bush or Obama , “sener” for senator, and the very recent devolution of Bush administration ( 2007 – 8 ) to Obama administration ( 2008 ) to “Obama ministration ” ( 2009 ) , to “Bamaministration” ( 2011! Thank you Greta Van Sustern, FOX News TV !
    I guess it is a vowel – vowel thing !
    No, I am not an English teacher !
    Be well,
    John D. Laskowski
    349-94 Carsonville Rd
    Halifax, PA 17032-9633
    (717) – 362-7979

  3. Joseph P. Belk | November 3, 2012 at 5:14 pm |

    Re: John Laskowski, Grammer Naughtzi

    The spectacle of a clueless, ill-educated critic of English language usage is an arch-stereotype of comedy, a target for ridicule. Knee-jerk ill will and illogic over trivialities like a use of slang in a spoken-word advertisement is a sure sign of a person with too little to do. I have no more to say about the relative quality of the product from Fujitsu General America, compared to other manufacturers, than does the graceless and peevish John Laskowski of Halifax Pa. I do hope to find more information about their products. I find the “contribution” from citizen Laskowski to be a boring and hypocritical waste of bandwidth. Given a limited sample of Laskowski’s product, it is reasonable to infer that John Laskowski of Halifax, PA, is a bore and a hypocrite.

    Laskowski’s text is riddled with errors of such magnitude that I doubt he has ever studied with an English teacher, so far is he from any probability that he might be mistaken for one: “is erred”, “rediculous”, “subcounsciousely”, “”those whom [sic] are positively affected”. I am a teacher and John has earned a grade of F for his effort. My prescription for John is that he cease and desist all efforts to research any other topic in favor of an intense effort on his part to learn the language he speaks (though he can not write it intelligibly).

    John Laskowski, step away from the keyboard! Or at least write a letter of apology to Greta Van Susteren. You spelled her name wrong, an unconscionable lapse of social grace from which you will not otherwise recover.

    Joseph P. Belk
    5548 Betty Lane
    Milford, OH

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