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ge . com Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . 2 , 3 Operating Instructions . . . . . 4 , 5 A GH08 © Care and Cleaning A GHil 0 Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 AGWIO Grille and Case . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 A GHil 2 Outdoor Coils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 AGWI2 Installation Instruc _ tions Preparing to Install the Air Conditioner . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Window Installation . . . . . . . 8 - 12 © Troubleshooting Tips . . . . . . 13 Normal Operating Sounds . . . 14 Consumer Support Consumer Support . . . . . . . . . 16 Warra n ty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 © Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # Find these nmnbers on a label on the side of the air conditione _ : 3828A21031F 49 - 7519 11 - 05JR
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iMPORTANTSAFETYiNFORMATiON . READALLiNSTRUCTiONBSEFOREUSING . m For your safo _ the information in Nis manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire , electric shock or personal injury . SAFETYPRECAUTIONS Use this appliance only % r its intended _ ] _ T : : urn the unit OFFand unplug your air pui ] ) ose as described in this Owner's conditioner before making any repairs Manual . or cleaning . This air conditioner must be properly ; _ ? : G ' : E does not support any servicing of the installed in accordance with die Installation air conditionen XAestrongly recommend h _ structions before it is used . that you do not attempt to service the air conditioner yourself . Never unplug your air conditioner by pulling on the power cord . Always grip _ fi : F , : or your safety ' . . . do not store or use plug firefly and pull straight out fiom tile combustible mamHals , gasoline or oilier receptacle . flammable vapors or liquids in tile viciniw of this or any other appliance . Replace immediamly all electric service cords that haxe become flayed or odlerwise _ { : A _ ll air condiuoners contain refligerants , which under federal law must be removed damaged . A damag > d power supply cord must be replaced with a new power supply prior to product disposal . If you are getting cord obtained flom the mannfacturer and rid of an old product wifla refligerants , check not repaired . Do not use a cord that shows with file company handling disposal about what m do . cracks or abrasion damag _ along its length or at eifller file plug or connector end . HOWTOCONNECETLECTRICITY Haxe tile wall outlet and circuit checked by a Do not , under any circumstances , cut or remove the third ( ground ) prong from the power cord . For qualified electrician to make sure tile outlet is personal safe _ this appliance must be properly properly grounded . grounded . Where a 9 - prong wall oudet is encountered , Tile power cord of dais appliance is equipped it is your personal responsibility and obligation to haxe it replaced with a properly grounded with a 3 - prong ( grounding ) ping which mates with a standard 3 - prong ( grounding ) wall 3 - prong wall outlet . outlet m minimize the possibility of electric Tile air conditioner should always be shock hazard flom this appliance . plug \ ged into its own individual electrical Power cord includes a cunent inteiTupter outlet which has a xoltage rating fllat matches device . A test and reset button is provided on tile rating plate . the plug case . Tile device should be tested on a This provides tile best perfommnce and also periodic basis by first pressing the rESrbutton prexents oxerloading house wiring circuits and then tile RESErbutton . If the rESrbutton which could cause a fire hazard from does not trip or if fl _ e RESErbntton will not oxerheated wires . stay engaged , disconfinne use of the air See the Installation Instructions , Electrical conditioner and contact a qualified service technician . Requirements section for specific electrical connection requirements . 2
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ge . com WARNING ! ! USEOFEXTENSIOCNORDS - - 115 - Vmooltde & only Becauseof potentialsafetyhazardsunder certain . . . ^ CAUTION : conditions , we strongly recommend against the use of an extension cord . DO NOT use an extension cord with any of the 230 / 208 volt models . Howex _ , if you must use all extension cord , it is absolutely necessat T that it be a UiAismd , 14 gauge , 3 - wire grounding type appliance extension cord having a grounding type plug and outlet and that the elecuJcal rating of the cord be 15 amperes ( minimum ) and 195 volts . USEOFADAPTERPLUGS - - 115 - Vomltode & only Because of potential safety hazards under certain ' iA ] mn disconnecting dm power cord tom tile conditions , we strongly recommend against the adaptel , alwws hold tile adaptor ill place with use of an adapter plug . one hand while pulling tile I ) ower cord I ) lug with tile other hand . If this is not done , the Howex > [ ; if you must rise all adaptei ; where adaptor ground terminal is ve U likely ' to bleak local codes i ) emfit , a temporaryconnection may with repeamd use . be made to a properly grounded 2 - prong wall outlet by use of a UiTlisted adapter available If the adapter ground terminal breaks , DO NOT at most local hardware stores . USE the air conditioner until a proper ground has been established . Tile larger slot ill tile adaptor must be aligned Attaching the adaptergreundterminalto a waft outlet with tile larger slot ill the wall outlet to I ) rovide coverscrew doesnot groundthe applianceunlessthe proper polarity in the connection of the coverscrew is metal , andnot insulated , andthe waft power cord . outlet is groundedthreughthe housewiring . Youshould have the circuit checkedby a qualified electricianto makesure the outlet is properlygrounded . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAgETHESEINSTRUCTIONS
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Aboutthecontrolson theairconditioner . Features and appearance may vary . ( ; eeol n Timeron COOL TEMPERATURE FAN Fanon - 0 0 - Air ConditionerControls RemoteControl Controls TIMER Pad 0 O ON / OFFPad TtlFns air conditioner on and off . ON - - When the air conditioner is off , it can be set to automatically COlile on in O Increase • / Decrease • Pads 1 to 12 hom _ at its previous setting . Each Use to set telnperature when in COOL mode , touch will set the timer in hom _ . OFf - - _ 4 ] _ en the air conditioner is on , O ODE Use to set the air conditioner to COOLor it can be set to automatically turn off in FANinode . 1 to ] 2 hems , Each touch will set the timer in hems . O FANPad Useto set the tim speed to LOW ( F1 ) , To cancel the timer , press the T / MER pad MED ( F2 ) or HIGH ( F3 ) . tmtil the display time disappears . Remote ControlSignal Receiver 0 Oisolav Shows the set temperature or time remaining on { iII / eI ; Power Outage Recovery Feature teatm'e was set , it will resmne its cotmtdown . In the case el a power outage or interruption , the Y _ ) u ma _ need to set a new time if desired , trait will automatically re - start in the settings last used after the power is restored , If the TIMER Remote Control : : Ji : T : o ensm'e proper operation , aim the remote : : Ji : M : ake sm'e nothing is between the air conditioner and the remote control that could block the control at the signal receiver on the air conditione _ ; signal , : : Ji : M : ake stlre batteries are fl'esh and installed iJi : : The remote control signal has a range of correctly as indicated on the remote control , up to 21 teet , 4
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ge . com Lights next to the touch pads on the air conditioner control panel indicate the selected settings . COOLMode Use the COOL mode with HIGH ( F3 ) , MED ( F2 ) or CoolingDescriptions LOW ( FI ) tim fin " cooling . Use tile INCREASEA / For Normal Coolin # - - - Sele ( ' t tile COOL mode and DECREASEV pads to set tile desired temperature HIGH ( F3 ) or MED ( F2 ) tim with a middle set between 60 ° F and 86 ° F in l ° F increments . temperature . An electronic them / ostat is used to maintain tile ForMaximumCooliug - - Select tile COOLmode room temperatm'e . Tile compressor will cyde on and and HIGH ( Fd ) tim with a lower set temperatm'e . off to kee I ) tile room at the set level ot comfi ) rt . Set tile them / ostat at a lower nmnber and tile indoor air For Quieter & Nighttime Coolinl _ - - Select tile will become coole _ : Set tile them _ ostat at a higher COOL mode and LOW ( F1 ) tim with a middle set number and tile indoor air will become wam / e _ : temperatm'e . NOTE : ff the air conditioneris off and is then turned on NOTE : If you switch from a COOLsetting to OFForto whileset to a COOLsettingor if turnedfroma fan setting a fan setting , wait at least3 minutesbefore switching to a COOLsetting , it will take approximately3minutes back to a COOLsetting . for the compressorto start and cooling to begin . FAN Mode Use tile FANat HIGH ( F3 ) , MED ( F2 ) or LOW ( FI ) to provide air circulation and filtering without cooling . Since tim only settings ( lo not provide cooling , a temperature setting will not be displayed . Vent Control Tile vent control is located above tile control panels . When set at CLOSE , only the air inside the room will be circulated and conditioned . When set at OPEN , some inside air is exhausted outside . Toopen the vent , pull the lever toward you . Toclose it , push it in . Air Direction - - Side - to - Side Tile side - to - side air direction is a ( ! i usted by moving tile lever to tile left or fight . Air Direction - - Up and Down Fingertip pressm'e on tile horizontal lou \ ' e _ ac ! iusts tile air direction up or down .
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Care and cleaning of the air conditioner . Grille and Case Turn the . . . a . i . r . conditioner off and remo ' _ e the I _ lug , To clean , use water and a mild detergent . Do not from the wall outlet befi ) re cleaning , use bleach or abrasixes . Outdoor Coils The coils on the outdoor side oI the air conditioner should be checked regularly , If they are clogged with dirt or soot , they may be protessionally cleaned . Air Filter The air filter behind the h'ont grille should be checked and cleaned at least e ' , ec _ 3 ( 1 days or II / OI'e oJ [ ten i [ Ilecess _ lIS ' . Toremove : I _ O / 1 [ [ _ Open the inlet grille dowmvard b ) ) ullin , , the top cornex _ of the inlet grille . ] Pull up slightly on the filter to release it and pull it out . Clean the filter with wam _ , soapy watex : Rinse and let the filter dry betore replacing it . A CAUTIOND : ONOro eretetbea , conditioner without a filter becausedirt and lintwill clog it analreduceperformance .
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Air Conditioner Installation Instructions ge , com I _ - _ Questions ? Call 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) or Visit our Website at : I BEFORE YOU BEGIN CAUTION : Do not , under any circumstances , cut or Read these instructions completely remove the third ( ground ) prong from the and carefully . power cord . Do not change the plug on the power cord • IMPORTANT - Savethese of this air conditioner . instructions for local inspector's use . Aluminum house wiring may present special • IMPORTANT - Observaell problems - - consult a qualified electrician . governing codes and ordinances . • Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these instructions with the Consumer . TOOLS YOU WILL NEED • Note to Consumer - Keep these instructions for future reference . • Skill level - Installation of this appliance requires basic mechanical skills , • Completion time - Approximately 1 hour • We recommend that two people install Phillips head screwdriver this product . • Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer . • Product failure due to improper installation is not covered under the Warranty . Flat - blade screwdriver ( _ ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS Pencil Ruler or tape measure 60 Hz grounded outlet protected with a Some models require a 115 / 120 - volt a . c . , 15 - amp time delay fuse or circuit breaker . The 3 - prong grounding plug minimizes the possibility of electric shock hazard . If the wall outlet you plan to use is only a 2 - prong outlet , Level Scissors or knife it is your responsibility to have it replaced with a properly grounded 3 - prong wall outlet . Some models require 230 / 208 - volt a . c . , protected with a time delay fuse or circuit © Power cord includes a current interrupter breaker . These models should be installed device . A test and reset button is provided on on their own single branch circuit for the plug case . The device should be tested on a best performance and to prevent periodic basis by first pressing the TEST button overloading house or apartment wiring and then the RESET button , If the TEST button circuits , which could cause a possible does not trip or if the RESET button will not stay fire hazard from overheating wires . engaged , discontinue use of the air conditioner and contact a qualified service technician .
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Installation Instructions PARTS INCLUDED ( Appearance may vary ) Left accordion panel Top mounting rail seal strip Frameguide ( 2 ) Right accordion _ anel Top mounting rail _ Sill support ( 2 ) Window locking bracket TypeA ( 16 ) Type B ( 3 ) Type C ( 5 ) Nut ( 2 ) Bolt ( 2 ) 8
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Installation instructions STORM WINDOW REQUIREMENTS [ ] [ ] WINDOW REQUIREMENTS • These instructions are for a standard A storm window frame will not allow the double - hung window . You will need to air conditioner to tilt toward the outside , modify them for other types of windows . and will keep it from draining properly . To adjust for this , attach a piece of wood • The air conditioner can be installed to the stool . without the accordion panels if needed to fit in a narrow window . See the WOOD PIECES - window opening dimensions . WIDTH : 2 " • All supporting parts must be secured LENGTH : Long enough to fit inside the to firm wood , masonry or metal . window frame . • The electrical outlet must be within THICKNESS : To determine the thickness , reach of the power cord . place a piece of wood on the stool to make it 1 / 2 " higher than the top of the 8,000and 10,000BTU models storm window frame . Attach securely with nails or screws provided by the installer . B = = = 8 1 / 2 " hi than frame Stool 25 " to 36 " Storm ( Withaccordionpanels ) window l 15 " rain . fra me l f iI } 1 , 21 " rain . ( Withoutaccordionpanels ) 12,000BTUmodels 1 16 " rain . ] 11 27 " to 39 " ( Withaccordionpanels ) m [ 1 ( jii 24 " min . ( Without accordion panels )
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Installation Instructions [ ] REMOVE THE AIR CONDITIONER [ ] PREPARE THE WINDOW AND FROM THE CASE THE CASE ( CONT . ) IAq Remove the 2 shipping screws from the [ ] Carefully insert the plastic frame guides back of the case . into the bottom of the case on each side . [ ] Remove the 2 screws on each side of the Betted } e [ case / , , _ , _ case . Keep these for later use . \ _ Frameguide [ ] Remove the backing from the top mounting rail seal strip and attach it to the bottom of [ ] Slide the air conditioner from the case by the top mounting rail . gripping the base pan handle and pulling forward while bracing the case . Install the top mounting rail with 3 type A [ ] screws on the inside of the case . Insert the frames for the accordion panels into the top mounting rail and the frame guides . Attach the accordion panels to the side of the case using 4 type A screws on each side . [ ] PREPARE THE WINDOW AND THE CASE Topmountingrail [ ] Cut the window sash seal to the proper length . Peel off the backing and attach the seal to the underside of the window sash . guides 10
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Installation Instructions [ ] INSTALL THE CASE IN THE [ ] INSTALL THE CASE IN THE WINDOW WINDOW ( CONT . ) [ ] Open the window and mark the centerline [ ] Adjust the bolt and the nut in each support of the window stool . so that the case is installed with a slight tilt to the outside . Use a level ; about 1 / 3 bubble [ ] Carefully place the case on the window will be the correct case slant to the outside . stool and align the center mark on the bottom front with the centerline of the stool . Pull the window down behind the top [ ] mounting rail . [ ] Secure the case to the window stool by using 3 type B screws . [ ] Pull the accordion panels to each window sash track . Attach them on each side to the NOTE : Do not shut the window so tightly that movement of the accordion panels is window sash and the window stool using restricted . 4 type C screws . [ ] Loosely assemble the sill supports . INDOOR OUTDOOR Sillsupport Select the position that will place the sill [ ] supports near the outermost point on the sill . Attach the sill supports to the case track hole in relation to the selected position using 2 type A screws in each support . Frameguide 1 I 11
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Installation Instructions [ ] INSTALL THE WINDOW LOCKING [ ] INSTALL THE AIR CONDITIONER BRACKET AND THE FOAM TOP IN THE CASE ( CONT . ) WINDOW GASKET [ ] Before installing the front grille , pull out the vent control lever located above the unit [ ] Attach a support bracket with a Type C screw . control knobs , as shown . [ ] Attach the front grille to the case by inserting the tabs on the grille into the slots on the front of the case . Push the grille in until it [ ] Cut the foam top window gasket to the window width . snaps into place . [ ] Stuff the foam between the glass and the window to prevent air and insects from getting into the room . / L . , . _ = _ Guide the lever carefully flTroughthe grille as you push it in . [ ] INSTALL THE AIR CONDITIONER Lower the inlet grille and secure the front [ ] IN THE CASE frame with a type A screw through the front grille . Raise the inlet grille back I _ q Slide the air conditioner into the case . Inl into place . Reinstall the 2 screws removed earlier on each side of the case . Screw Screw 12
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Troubleshootingtips . ge . com Troubleshooting - tips . Save time and money ! Possible Causes What ToDo Air conditioner The air conditioner " Make sure the air conditioner l ) lug is l ) ushed completely doesnotstart into the outlet . is unplugged . The fuse is blmm / circuit • Check the house fllse / drcuit 1 ) reaker box and replace the fllse or reset the breakeL breaker is tripped . Power failure . • The unit will automatically re - start in the settings last used after the power is restored . • There is a promctive time delay ( al ) l ) roximately 3 minums ) to prevent tripping _ ff the compressor overload . For this reason , the unit may not start nomml cooling fin . 3 minums after it is turned back on . The current interrupter • Press the RESETbutton located on the power cord plug . device is tripped . • lithe RESETbutton will not stay enoa , _ ed discontinue use of the air con ( litioner and contact a qualified service tech nicia n . Air conditioner does not Airflow is restricted . • Make sure there are no curtains , blinds or flJrniture cool as it should blocking the fl'ont of the air c _ m ( lifi ( me _ : The temp control may not • In COOLmode , press the DECREASEWpad . be set correctly . The air Filter is dirty . • ( , ' lean the filter at least eve _ ) ' 30 days . See the OperatingInstructions secti ( ; n . The room may have been hot . • X _ ] mn the air conditioner is tilst turned on , you need to allow tillle tor the 1 " 00111 to CO01 dowu . Cold air is escaping . " Check tot ol ) eu flu'uace floor registels and cold air I'ett / YUS . • Set the air conditioner's vent to the closed position . Cooling coils have iced up . • See " Air conditioner freezinglip " below . Air conditioner Ice blocks the air flow mad • Set the coutrols at HIGH ( F3 ) FAN or HIGH ( F3 ) COOL and freezing up stops the air conditioner set the them / ostat to a higher teml ) erature . from cooling the room . Theremote control The batteries are hlserted • Check the position of the batteries . They shotfld be is not working incorrectly , inserted in the opposite ( + ) and ( - ) direction . The batteries may be dead . " Replace the batteries . Water drips outside Excessively hot mad • This is mmnal . hmnid weather . Waterdrips indoors The air conditioner is not • For ln'oper water disposal , make sure the air conditioner tilted to the outside , slants slightly fl'om the case fl'ont to the re : u : Watercollectsin Moisture is removed from " This is nomml fin " a short period in areas with little indoor air mad drains into basepan humidit } , ; nom / al fin " a longer period in ve _ ' humid areas . rear of a cabinet where a fan blows it against the outdoor condenser coil . TIMERfeature not A power outage or interruption • / n the case ( ff a power outage or interrtq ) tion , the unit working properly occurred . TIMER teature will reset to the original setfiu , x _ ) t ! may need to set a new time if desired . ] 3
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Troubleshootintgips . Normal Operating Sounds _ YI ) u nlav hear a pinging noise caused bv water _ : _ teI " will collect in tile base pan during high being picked up and thrt ) wn against the huInidiP , ' or on rainy days . Tile water nlav condenser Oil rainy days or when the huinidiP , ' ovei - flow and drip fl'oin the outdoor side / ) t the unit . is high . This design _ eature helps reniove inoisture and iniprove efficiency . _ : The J [ ilIl Ill , IV I ' [ In even when the COillpi'essoi " _ : You nlav hear the thei _ nt ) stat click when the does not , coillpi'essof cycles on _ lIl ( 1 oJZ { ' . / 4
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GEAir ConditionerWarranty - - One YearLimited Warranty . Staple your receipt here . Proof of the original purchase date is needed to make a warranty claim . We Will Replace : Replacement un # fin any product which fifils due to a defect in materials or workmanship . From the date of the The exchange unit is warranted fin " the remainder of xotu " i ) roduct's original one - year originalpurchase warrau b period . : : Ji : P : roperly pack your refit . We recommend using the iJi : : Include in the package a copy of the sales receipt or other original caxton mad packing materials . evidence of date of original purchase . Also print your name mid address m _ d a description of the defect . _ : Return the product to the retail location where it was purchased . ! i _ Customer instruction . This owner's mmmal provides ! i _ : Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . information regarding operating instructions and user controls . iJi : : Dmnage to the product caused by improper power supply iJi : : hnproper h _ staJlation . If you have an installation problem , voltage , accident , f'we , floods or acts of God . or if the air conditioner is of improper cooling capacity ! i _ : Incidental or consequential dmnage caused by possible for the intended use , contact your dealer or installer . defects with this air conditioner . You axe responsible for providing adequate electrical cmmecth _ g facilities . _ : Failure of the product resulting from modifications to the product or due to mlreasonable use including failure to provide reasonable m _ d necessary maJntenm _ ce . This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . To know what your legal rights are , consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General . Exclusion of implied warranties : Except where prohibited or restricted by law , there are no warranties , whether express , oral or statutory which extend beyond the description on the face hereof , including specifically the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose . Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 / 5
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ConsumerSupport . Hme a question o _ need assistance _ dth } our appliance ? % ' } the ( ; E Appliances _ ebsite 24 hotu _ a day , q ' l aGn } Eda } Aopf tiple lixaearn ! cFoer gsWreateer bcosnvietneience and faster ser ; ice , } ou can no _ , _ download Owner's M ; muals , ge . com or exert order parts and catalogs on - line . You can also " _ sk Om Te m / of Experts ' " ? our questions , and St ) n / Ilch I / lore , _ RealLifeDesignStudio go . corn ( ; E supports the Universal Design concept - products , services and environments that ran be used by people of all ages , sizes and capabilities , We recognize the need to design tier a wide range of physiral and mental abilities and impaim _ ents , For details ot ( ; E's Universal Design applications , inrluding kitchen design ideas tbr people with disabilities , check out our Website today . For tile hearing impaired , please call 800 , TDD , GEAC ( 800,833A322 ) , PartsandAccessories go . cam Individuals qualified to se * x'ice their own appliances can have parts or accessories sent directly to their I " hoImes ( VISA , MasterCaid and Discover cards are accepted ) . Order on - line today , 24 hom _ eve D ' clay or by phone at 800.626.2002 during n ( mna ] business hom _ . J Instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to be performed by any user . GEdoes not support any servicing of the air conditioner . We strongly recommend that you do not attempt to service the air conditioner yourself . ContactUs go . cam If you are not satistied with tile service you receive ti'om GE , contact us on ( _ ur Website with all tile details including your phone numbel ; or w _ te to : General Managel ; Customer Relations GE Appliances , Appliance Park I , ouisvi ] le , KY 40225 / _ Printed in China
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