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Air Conditioner Owner's Manual Standard and Easy Mount Cool Only : AJCS 06 LZ AJCS 08 , 10 AZ Heat / Cool : AJES 06 LS AJES 08 AS AJES 10 DS HeatPump : AJHS08 AS Important Safety Information [ ] Operating Instructions M The Oommh oy _ Your Ah ' Co _ d # fu _ er Installation Instructions b # po _ tam f _ ec _ r _ caJSaMmy Helpful Information Tb _ gs ' Tbat Are If Something Goes Wrong B _ h _ r _ YO _ _ d _ m _ _ , _ , _ _ GEAnswer Center ® 800.626.2000 GEAppfiances 49 - 7362 - 1 2 - 98 CG
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we believe in dependable sma _ ice . the comfort of your air conditioner . You'll see it in this easy - to - use That's important , because your manual and you'll hear it in the new air conditioner will be part of fi'iendly voices of our customer your f : amily for a long time . sela , ice department . Start Here ! . . . re uszng your azr condmoner Write down the model and serial Staple your receipt to the inside back cover of this manual You will need it numbers here . They are on a label on the front of the control box to obtain service under warranty . behind the fi'ont grille . Model number Serial number Date ofpurchase Readthismanual It contains If you do need sm _ ice , you can instructions to help you use and relax knowing help is only a maintain your air conditioner phone call away . A list of toll - flee Help _ s customer sm _ ice numbers is properly . included in the back of this book . Or call the GE Answer Center ® help you Save time and money . Check the section titled " If Something Goes at 800.626.2000 , 24 hours a day , 7 days a week . Wrong " before calling . This sec - tion helps you to solve common 800.626.2000 problems that might occur . Before you call for sms _ ice , there are a few things you can do to help us sets _ e you better .
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READ ALL SAFE TY INFORMATION BEFORE USING ® This air condiuoner must be • Turn the mode control to OFFand properly installed in accordance unplug your air conditioner before with the Installation Instructions making aW repairs . before it is used . NOTE : We strongly recommend * Repair or replace immediatel ? that any servicing be perfolTned by all electric service cords that have a qualified individual . become frayed or otherwise The use of an extension cord is not CAUTION : recommended . However , if an _ iiii _ ii i ii _ DO NOT use an extension cord with extension cord is required to reach any of the 208 / 230 - volt models . the nearest wall receptacle , use only a UL - listed , 3 - wire , grounded , 14 gauge , 15A , 125V appliance exten - sion cord . FORPROPER GROUNDING : Because most 2 - prong outlets are not grounded , we strongly advise 1 Screw the adapter to the outlet , against using an adapter plug . using the outlet cover screw . However , a temporax T connection 2 Ground the outlet through the house may be made where local codes wiring . permit and if the 2 - prong wall out - When disconnecting the power let is properly grounded . This is a temporary method . cord from the adapter , hold the When you plug the adapter in , UL - listed adapters are avail - adapter close to the outlet while able at most hardware stores . make sure the larger prong goes pulling the plug out . If this is not into the larger slot to provide the clone , the grounding connector is proper polarity fbr the power cord . likely to break with repeated use . If the grounding connector breaks , DO NOT USEthe air conditioner until a proper ground has again been made . SA ViE THESE INSTRUCTIONS 3
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TEMP CONTROLS MODE CONTROLS LOW FAN OFF • NHIGH • FA The HIGIt controls Ye're model will look like erie q / ' lhe . se . on yottr air conditioner Mode Control TempControl The temp control is used to maintain the HIGH COOLand LOW COOLprovide cooling with room temperature . The compressor will cycle different fan speeds . on and offto keep the room at the same level HIGH HEATand tOW HEATprovide heating with of comfort . When you turn the knob to COOLER different f _ m speeds . ( blue ) the indoor air will become cooler . Turn LOW FAN or HIGH FAN provides air circulation the knob to WARMER ( red ) and the indoor air and filtering without cooling or heating . x , _ 41b1ecome warmer . NOTE : HEAT POMP MODELS If you move the switch from a cool or heat setting When the outdoor temperature is lower than to OFFor to a fan setting , wait at least 3 minutes 25 ° F . , heat is provided by the electric heater in before switching hacR to a coo / or heat setting . the air conditioner instead of by the heat pump . A 3 - minute delay is automatically provided on the NOTE : Heat / Cool and Heat Pump models . The electric resistance heater in the 115 - volt heat pump model operates during defrost when the outdoor coil temperature is below 36 % . It is not intended to provide fifll heat capability .
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Cooling / Heating Descriptions FOR NORMAL COOLING FORMAXIMUM COOLING FOR MAXIMUM HEATING FOR QuiETER & HIGH COOt vfith se ! ect HIGH HEATwlth NiGHTTiME COOLING select HIGH C00 £ or HIGH thermOstat at maximum thermostat at maximum select LOW COOL or LOW HEATwlth the the _ OStat heat . HEATwith the thermoStat b ? atu _ and @ pearance m @ ' vaU . @ 0 O ® OPEN ® • % . Limits @ its heat cool [ emp temp Each position equals approximately 3 ° F . VentControl FanSwitch The vent comrol is located behind the front On Heat / Cool models , the f _ ln switch lever is located in a hole through the control panel . To grille . When set at CLOSE , only the air inside the room will be circulated and conditioned . You reach it , you need to remove the front grille . Use a small screwdriver to change the setting . may adjust it 1 ) } 7removing the front grille . When set at OPEN , some inside air is exhausted out - Cool only models have a rocket " switch on the front of the control box . side . When set at CYCLE ( clown ) the f _ m cycles on and NOTE : The vent lever is taped in the CLOSE offwhen cooling or heating . When set at CONT position when it leaves the factory . Remove ( continuous , up ) the tim runs all the time . The the tape before using . unit is shipped in the CONTsetting . A # Direction Temperature Limiting Limiting the maxinmm and mininmm settings Horizontal louvers on the front grille let you prevents users fi'om turning the control to the control the air direction up and clown . extreme heat or cool positions . Remove the fi'ont grille to adjust the vertical The normal range of the temp control is approx - louvers side - to - side to direct the air left or right . imately 60 ° F to 85 ° F . The control range m W be narrowed by the use of the temperature limiting screws located behind the control panel .
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Care & Cleaning Turn the air conditioner off and To clean , use water and a mild remove the plug from the wall out - detergent . Do not use bleach or abrasives . let be % re cleaning . The coils on the outdoor side of the air conditioner should be checked regularly . It is necessaD , to remove the chassis fl'Oln the wall case to inspect them . Dirt build - up occurs on the surface which is not visible fl'om the outside . If they are clogged with dirt or soot they in W be professionally steam cleaned , a sets _ ice available through your GE sets _ ice outlet . The fi'ont grille can be removed Toreplace : fbr more thorough cleaning or Hook tile tabs on tile fl'ont grille to make the model and serial even with the tabs on the fl'ont of numbers accessible . - Grille the case and snap into place . Toremove : Pull out fi'oln tile bottom and lift up _ I'Oli1the tabs on tile top of the case . @
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Turn the air conditioner off before Replace the clean filter 1 ) } 7pushing cleaning , it back into place . The most important thing you can do to maintain the air conditioner _ - k'x days . Clogged filters reduce cool - i ! every3Odays . ing , heating and airflow . is to clean the filter at least evm T 30 Keeping the filter clean will : . < . D _ * Decrease cost ofoperation . o Save energ T . CAUTION : * Prevent clogged heat exchanger DONOToperate the air conditioner coils . without thefilter in place . If a filter " Reduce the risk of premature becomestom or damagedit should component fidlure . be replaced immediately . Dirty filter _ Needs cleaning To clean the air filter : Operating wkhout tt _ e filter in * Vacuum off the hea W soil . place or with a damaged tilter will allow dirt and dust to reach the * Run water through the fiher fl'om the back side . indoor coil and reduce the cooling , headng , airflow and ef _ icien W of * DU thoroughly be % re replacing . the unit . Carefully pull the tab forward , up Replacement fihers are available and out . Clogged filter - - Great ! y fl'om your salesperson , GE dealer , ( educes cooling , heating GE Sm _ dce and Parts Center and airflow . or authorized Customer Care ® setwicers .
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ImportanEt S f ty - R d C ( lly Installer : Leave these instructions with the appliance . Owner : Keep these instructions for future use . IC o ii " : i : il * For personal safety , this air conditioner must be CAUTION : properly grounded . * De net , under any circumstances , cut or remove * It is important to have the wall outlet and circuit the third ( ground ) prong from the power cord . checked by a qualified electrician if there is any * Do not change the plug on the power cord of this doubt as to whether a proper ground exists . air conditioner . * Follow National Electrical ( ; ode ( NEC ) or local codes and ordinances . * Aluminum house wiring may present special preb / ems - - consu / t a qualified electrician . We recommend that the 230 / 208 - volt , 60 Hz The 115 - volt models require a 115 / 120 - volt a . c . , models be installed on their own single branch 60 Hz grounded outlet protected with a 15 - amp circuit supplying 230 / 208 - volt a . c . , protected time delay fllse or circuit breaker . with a time delay fl _ se or circuit breaker . The 3 - prong grounding plug minimizes the possi - bility of electric shock hazard . If the wall outlet you plan to use is only a 2 - prong outlet , it is your © © responsibility to have it replaced with a properly grounded 3 - prong wall outlet . Parallel Perpendicular Tandem 115V . 230 / 208V . 230 / 208V . 15 Amp . 20 Amp . 15Amp . This is recommended % r best per % rmance and to prevent overloading house or apartment wiring circuits , which could cause a possible fire hazard fi'om overheating wires .
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Before you begin aJES . ndaJHmS odeh , asve Zlerpane , s . Dibregcitbnioeon , ws . The installa6on instructions'for AJCS models with accordion curtains begin on page I7 . IMPORTtlNT : Be sure to remove the shipping pad inside the air conditioner next to the compressor . Case Sill support side bracket ( 2 ) _ sket Vinyl window ( 2 ) AU " gasket window gasket ight _ ' _ qr - . . _ Foamtop _ _ . . _ _ Spring Casetop gasket clip ( 4 ) Bottom window gasket Filler A Panels Left eRight sid Cut side panels Iocldng and bracket _ . . . Window discard ( holes center ( holes are on piece are gonht ) the ri the lefl ) _ Air conditioner Type A ( 9 ) Type B ( 2 ) Type C ( painted ) ( 6 ) Type D ( 2 ) Type E ( 4 ) Support bracket hardware Spacer ( 2 ) Lock nut ( 2 ) & Adjusting bolt ( 2 ) Large washer ( 2 ) * Scissors or knife * Level * Phillips - head * Adjustable wrench screw ( h'iver * Pencil * Drill * Ruler or tape ® Wood SaW rneastlre
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* These instructions are ff _ r a standard double - hung window . You will need to modify7 them ff _ r B = = = 8 other bTpes of windows . * The air conditioner can be installed x , _ 4thout 17 " min . the filler panels if needed to fit in a narrow < = window . See the window opening dimensions 31 " to 43 " ( With filler panels ) to the right . m * All supporting parts must be secured to firm 1 wood , masomy or metal . 26 ¼ " min . * The electrical outlet must be within reach of ( Without filler panels ) the power cord . Window opening dimensions are for a standard double - hung window . A storm window flame will not allow the air WOOD PIECES : conditioner to tilt towards the outside and _ 411 WIDTH : 2 " keep it from draining properly . To adjust for this , LENGTH : Long enough to fit inside the window fl'ame . attach a piece of wood to the sill and the stool . Wood THICgNESST : o determine the thickness , place a piece of wood on the stool to make it 1 / 2 " higher 1 / 2 " higher than frame than the top of the storm window fl'ame . Stool Attach securely with nails or screws provided by the installer . Storm window frame I0
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I Remove the front grille . See the Care and Remove the rear grille that is taped to the back Cleaning section . of the case . Relnove the packet of screws taped to the back of the grille . While holding the 2 Find the locking plate located on the front grille at a 43 ° angle , insert it into the clips at left side . the top of the case and push the bottom in . 3 Remove the screw and the locking plate to Keep slight upward pressure on the grille until unlock the air conditioner . it fits flush _ ith the bottom of the case . If attaching the grille from the outside of the case use the 2 long screws , clips screw Remove 4 Remove and discard the shipping screw on the back of the air conditioner to allow removal of the air conditioner from the case . Insert the 2 long screws on the outside If attaching the grille on the inside of the case use the 2 short screws . II I I I Remove screw I I I 5 Pull the bottom corners of the air conditioner and slide it out of the case . Insert the 2 short screws onthe inside 6 Remove the shipping pad inside the air conditioner next to the compressor . 11
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I Mark the centerline of the stool . Measure 2 Measure 12 _ ' ' from the centerline on both f _ ' om the centerline 13 : _ " on both sides ff ) r the sides for the sill support brackets . panel cuts . Centerline , \ , , , , , / \ ' \ ' _ ' _ 12 _ " \ Stool terline J _ : _ ' _ L _ 13 % ' \ / , / / \ , 4 _ _ . Sill I Assemble the sill supports . Do not flflly tighten 2 Befk _ re attaching the sill supports , place them the spacer mounting screws at this time . on the window stool . Select the spacer posiuon that will place the spacer near the outermost Type B point on the sill . Tighten the spacer mounung Type E screws . Spacer mounting screws Screws are in Type ( A ) position Sill ) acer Sill support " V " notch Adjusting bolt ( For usewith wood sills ) Large washer - - 3 Turn the bolts and tighten the lock nuts to make the sill supports level or flit down 1 / 8 " to the outside . Line up the " V " notch _ . _ th 12 : _ " marks . Drill pilot holes and attach the sill supports . / 2
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NOTES : Average sill Narrow sill Offset sill ( such as brick or stone ) * On narrow sills , there may not be enough room % to use the lock nut . acer * A deep of Eset sill may require a longer adjusting bolt than the standard hex head bolt provided . * On wood sills use the large washer between the bolt head and the sill . This prevents the bolt fi'om digging into the wood . Gasket _ . [ _ . 11Angle 1 Measure from the edge of the panel marks ( see Prepare t # e Wimtow ) to the inside of the Ai gle _ dndow track on each side . ( A and B ) Sill Window track _ _ Type C ( painted screws ) Z _ i13Ys _ t 13 % " ' \ ' _ Gasket Panel Width of the air conditioner Tab Left ( panel marl < s ) eRight side sid 4 Install the panels in the window . Place the 2 Mark the A and B measm'ements on each side spring clips 3 " fi'om the top and the bottom . of the filler panel board . Cut the panels and Squeeze and push the clips to fit in the discard the center piece . Note position of the window track and the tab into the sill support . notches . ! I o 3 " I B Filler I A Panels I I Left Right side I side of ' , ! of wmdowl Cut ' , windov panels I i and i qoles discard ( hole _ are on center are on the piece the left ) right ) Notch - - J Notch Hook the tab into the sill support 3 Put together the panel assemblies . Remove the paper backing fl'orn the case side gasket and attach it to the angle . Push a pencil point through the gaskets to locate the holes in 13 the angles .
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4 Lower tt _ e window so it fits behind tt _ e panel ! Peel offd _ e backing from tt _ e bottom window gasket . tabs . Insert the 4 type A screws through the holes in tt _ e case and into tt _ e panel angles , 2 Place tt _ e gasket on tt _ e stool and over the 2 on each side . brackets , even with tt _ e rear edge , sticky side down . Panel k tabs - ° x ' x _ Case [ 5 With tt _ e window closed , mark where tt _ e window sash meets the case . Bottom window gasket 6 Peel offtt _ e backing from tt _ e case top gasket . 3 Careflllly slide tt _ e empty case into tt _ e window 7 Hold on to tt _ e case , open the window , and until tt _ e holes in tt _ e case line up wid _ tt _ e place the gasket along the mark on tt _ e case . holes in tt _ e panel angles . Case holes r ' - " _ f " _ • Putthe gasket on top of the casendow where the wi will close . NOTES : * The case should have a 1 / 8 " minimum tilt toward the outside . * Be sure the seal gasket and panel gaskets remain in position and do not roll wid _ tt _ e case . 14
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7 Place the vinyl _ indow gasket over the case top 8 Close the _ indow tightly on the vinyl gasket . gasket . Insert the panel tabs through the slits in Bend the gasket fbtward to expose the panel the gasket . Cut the gasket on each side to the tabs . Drill pilot holes into the window sash . _ idth of the window . Attach the panel tab to the window on each side I K _ ith a type D screw . Panel tab I Cut the foam top window gasket to the _ indow 3 Attach the _ indow locking bracket with 1 type _ idth . E screw . 2 Stuff the foam between the glass and the window to prevent air and insects from getting into the room . 1 15
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3 When the wall outlet is to the left , extend the I Carefldly slide tt _ e air condiuoner back into the case . cord under the unit and hold it in place with the clamp . ( _ Power cord Clamp 4 Reinstall the locking plate with the tab behind the wall case flange . Tighten the screw . 2 Attach the power cord to the base pan with the clamp . L'li [ " _ 1 , I Pov lli l B 11cor Locking _ " Clamp , ate / 5 Reattach the fi'ont grille . An opening fbr the power cord is on the bottom of the front grille . 6 Fill holes and cracks with caulking provided by the installer . 16
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For models with accordion curtains Accordion curtain ( left ) 2t ° pW , nd ° W ° asket Top mountin Window klockinget brac _ 91 _ Accordion curtain ( right ) Sill Air conditioner Type A ( 6 ) Type B ( 15 ) 17
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Read carefully , then follow step - by - step * These instructions are ff _ r a standard double - hung window . You will need to modify7 d _ ern ff _ r [ _ = = 41 od _ er bTpes of windows . * The air conditioner can be installed wid _ out 17 " min . tt _ e accordion curtains if needed to fit in a narrow window . See tt _ e window opening 29 " to 49 " ( With accordion curtains ) dimensions to tt _ e right . m m * All supporung parts must be secured to firm i f wood , masom T or metal . 26 ¼ " min . * The electrical oudet must be wkhin reach of ( Without accordion curtains ) tt _ e power cord . Window opening dimensions are for a standard double - hung window . A storm window Krone will not allow the air WOOD PIECES : conditioner to tilt towards the outside and will WIDTH : 2 " keep it fi'om draining properly . To adjust fbr this , LENGTH : Long enough to fit inside the window fl'mne . attach a piece of wood to the sill and the stool . Wood THICKNESS : To determine the thickness , place a piece of wood on the stool to make it 1 / 2 " higher 1 / 2 " higher than frame than the top of the storm window fi'mne . t Stool Attach securely with nails or screws provided by the installer . Storm window frame 18
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I Remove the front grille . See the Care and Remove the rear grille that is taped to the back Cleaning section . of the case . Relnove the packet of screws taped to the back of the grille . While holding the 2 Find the locking plate located on the front grille at a 45 ° angle , insert it into the clips at left side . the top of the case and push the bottom in . 3 Remove the screw and the locking plate to Keep slight upward pressure on the grille until unlock the air conditioner . it fits flush _ ith the bottom of the case . Locking If attaching the grille from the outside of the plate case use the 2 long screws . Clips Remove screw 4 Remove and discard the shipping screw on the back of the air conditioner to allow removal of Insert the 2 long screws on the outside the air conditioner from the case . If attaching the grille on the inside of the case use the 2 short screws . II I I I I I Remove screw I Insert the 2 short screws on the inside 5 Pull the bottom corners of the air conditioner and slide it out of the case . f9
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I Install the top mounting rail with t ) qoe B screws . 3 Slide the right and left accordion curtains into the top mounting rail and sill channel . Secure 2 Attach the sill channel with bTpe B screws . with bTpe B screws . Align the holes on the bracket of the sill channel with the holes in the case . q _ Q _ Mounting rail J Align holes Sill channel Open the window and center the case in the 2 Extend curtains and drill pilot holes in the side of the window and the window sash . Attach the _ 4ndow . Lower the _ 4n ( low behind the top curtains with 3 screws on each side . mounting rail . This should provide a 1 / 8 " tilt toward the outside . Type A screws Case should have a slight tilt down to the outside . I , , , , i i Place the sill _ II channel into I II the stool offset . 1 II 20
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I Cut the foam top window gasket to the _ indow 3 Attach the _ indow locking bracket with 1 type _ idth . B screw . 2 Stuff the foam between the glass and the window to prevent air and insects from getting into the room . I Careflllly slide the air conditioner back into 2 Attach the power cord to the base pan with the the case . clamp . Clamp 21
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3 When the wall outlet is to the left , extend the 4 Reinstall the locking plate Mth the tab behind cord under the unit and hold it in place with the wall case flange . Tighten the screw . the clamp . Locki plate " ' ' " _ _ I ( _ Clam _ OWercord 5 Reattach the fi'ont grille . An opening fbr the power cord is on the bottom of the fi'ont grille . 8 Fill holes and cracks with caulking provided 1 ) ) 7 the installer . 22
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Through - the - Wall Installation Make certain a wall receptacle is available close to The cord length for the 115 - volt models is 72 " to the hole location or make arrangements to install the right and 47 " to the left . For the 230 / 208wolt a receptacle . models the cord length is 65 " to the right and 39 " to the left . The air conditioner wall case may be installed Plaster Brickveneer - - line flush with the inside wall or flush with the outside wall . Lintel angle ( if required } Trim molding The finished sides of the opening should be - - { if desired } Caulking structural wall members . ( on ealls 4 sid Roomside Lintel - Use a lintel in brick veneer and brick and on the outside block Vpes of wall to support the bricks or blocks of the case } above the opening . Do not allow the wall case to be used in lieu of a lintel . Flas # ino - Install flashing ( drip rail ) as shown to prevent water fi'om dripping inside the wall and ( Brip rail ) down the outside of the building . Caulking ( above & belowthe flashing ) 1 / 4 " min . extension inside the wall from the trim moulding Mortar between the case and the brick all around the case may be undercut at about 45 ° fbr Inside improved caulking . case , _ Top of \ , Undercut 23 Caulking Outside mortar
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Things That Are Normal You may hear a pinging noise caused by water being picked up and thrown against the condenser on rainy days or when the pl NG ! humidity is high . This design feature helps remove moisulre and improve efticiency . You may hear tile them _ ostat click when tlle compressor cycles on and off . Water will collect in the base pan during high humidity or on rainy DRIP clays . The water may overflow and drip fi'om the outdoor side 6 of the unit . WHIB ! The fan may run even when the compressor is not . 24
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Before You CallJbr Service Problem Possible Causes What to Oo The air conditioner * Make sure the air conditioner plug is is unplugged pushed coinpletely into the outlet . The fuse is blown / circuit * Check the house fuse / circuit breaker breaker is tripped box and replace fuse or reset the breaker . Power failure * It power failure occurs , turn the mode control to OFF . When power is restored , wait 3 Ininules to restart the air conditioner / o prevent tripping of the compressor overload . * There is a protective time delay ( up to 3 minutes ) in the heat / cool and heat pump models . Wait 3 minutes fi ) r the air conditioner to resuIne heating or cooling . Airflow is restricted • Make sure there are no curtains , blinds or furniture blocking tim fiont of tim air conditioner . The temperature control • Turn the knob to a warmer or cooler setting . may not be set high The coolest setting provides maxinmnl or low enough cooling . The warmest setting provides maximum heating on models with heat . The air filter is dirty • Clean the tilter at least every 30 clays . See tim Care and Cleaning section . The room may have been hot • When the air conditioner is first turned on or cold you need to allow time for tim room to cool down or warm up . Cold air is escaping • Check for open furnace floor registers and cold air returns . • Set the exhaust vent in the closed position . Cooling coils have iced up • See fleezing up below . Ice blocks the airflow • Set the mode control at HIGH FAN or and stops the air conditioner HIGH COOL with tim temperature at a from cooling the room warmer setting . 25
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Consumer Product Ownership Registration Dear Customer : Thank you for purchasing our product and thank you fbr placing your confidence in us . We are proud to have you as a customer ! Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment : Complete and Arier mailing Read your Owner's mail VOILE COl ] Sllrllel the registration Manual careflflly . below , store this Product Ownership It will help you doclln - lent ill a sate Registration today . operate your new Have the peace of place , h conlaills appliance properly . mind of knowing we inlormation you If you have questions , will need should or need more can contact you ill inlbrmation call the tile unlikely event you require set _ - ice . Our set _ - ice number - GE Answer Center ( _ ) a salely modilication . is 8 ( } 0 - GE - CARES 8111t . 626.21t0 ( 1 . ( 800 - 452 - 2737 ) . Model Number Serial Number Important : If you did not get a re _ ' stration card with your product , detach and return the form below to ensure that your product is registered . _ Po ( ; ul hele Consumer Product Ownership Registration Model Number Serial Number Nil ' . MS . Mrs . Miss First [ [ Nam ( ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] LaslII ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Ii Nan ] ( Ap ( . # ] lll ! l ! ! ] Cilx ] ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! l ! ! ! ! l ] Slat ( I I I ( odZe ] i , p , , , ] 1 ) ale Pla ( x d Monll - i l ) a ) l > hone NOTPOINT IIM GEAppliances Genelal ElectncCompany Louisville , Kentucky 40225
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We'll be there ! Open 24 hours a day , 7 days a week . 800.626.2000 TDD 800 - 833 - 4322 We provide expert repair se _ Tice , Our factou - trained technicians scheduled at a time that's know your appliance inside and out - 800 - GE - CARES convenient for you . so most repairs can be handled in ( 800 - 432 - 2737 ) just one xdsit . With a seIsdce contract GE With a multiple - year contract , Consumer SeI _ dce _ dll still be there you're assured of furore seI _ dce at 800 - 626 - 2224 after your warranty expires , today's prices . IndMduals qualified to sm _ dce Care and cleaning instructions con - their own appliances can hmTe tained in this manual cover proce - 800 - 626 - 2002 parts oi " accessories sent directly dures to be performed by any user . to their home . Other servicing generally should be referred to qualified service per - VISA , MasterCard and Discover sormel . Caution must be exercised , cards are accepted . since improper servicing may cause unsafe operation . First , contact the people who ser - Finally , if your problem is still not resolved , write : viced your appliance . Explain why If for some reason you you are not pleased . are not happy with the Major Appliance seI _ dce you recewe , here Next , if you are still not pleased , Consumer Action Program 20 North Wacker Drive are three steps to fbllow write all the details - including far further help . your phone nuznber - to : Chicago , IL 60606 Consumer Relations 31 GE Appliances Louisville , KY 40225
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St @ lesalessliporca , , celledcheclh ¢ e , . Proofof p , , , rchase date is needed to obtai'n service u'nder warranty . For service , call 800 - GE - CARES . FULL ONE - YEAR WARRANTY FULL FIVE - YEAR WARRANTY For one year fiom date of original pur - For five years flom the date of original chase , we will provide , fiee of charge , pmvhase , we will provide , flee of cha _ ge , parts and service labor in your home to parts and se _ s'ice labor in your home to repair or replace a'rO , parl ol'the room air repair or replace a _ 9 ' parl of the . sealed _ @ _ g - amditio'm _ rthat tails because of a mann - e _ rzti ) _ g . 9 ' . ste ( mthe compressor , condenser , facturing def > ct . evaporau ) r and all connecting robing ) that tidls because of a manufitcturing detect . . Service trips to yore home to teach Failure of the product resulting flom you how to use the product . n _ odifications to the product or due to unreasonable use including failure * hnproper installation . to provide reasonable and necessa U If you have an installation problem , maintenance . or if the air conditioner is of * Failure due to corrosion on models not improper cooling capacity for the corrosion - protected . intended use , contact your dealer or installer . You are responsible tot * Damage to product caused by improp - providing adequate electrical er power supply voltage , accident , fire , floods or acts of God . connecting facilities . * Replacement of house fuses or reset - ' , Incidental or consequential dainage to ring of circuit breakers . personal property caused by possible detects with this air conditioner . * In conlmercial locations labor neces - saU to move the unit to a location where it is accessible for service by an individual technician . Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 This waiTanty is extended to the o _ iginal purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use Mthin t ! ae USA . ! n A ! aska , the warranty excludes the cost 0f slfipping o ! 7selwice ca ! ! s to yore ! 10me , Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you , nay also have other rights which VaU fiom state to state . To know what your legal rights are in your Slat < Consult your local or State Consumer af * airs omce oryourState s Attorney General . AJCS06 AJES08 AJES10 AJES06 AJHS08 Printedin China AJCS08 AJCS10
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