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www . GEAppliances . com Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . 2 , 3 Operating Instructions AK _ 13T ( , AKVI2 Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 , 5 © Care and Cleaning Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Grille and Case . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ( ) utdoor ( : oils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Installation Instruc _ tions Through - the - _ A'all Installation - - ( ) pfional . . . . . . . 16 Window Installation . . . . . . . 7 - 15 © Troubleshooting Tips . . . 17 , 18 Normal ( ) perating Sounds . . . 18 Consumer Support Consumer Support . . . . . . . . . 24 Product Registration . . . . . 21,22 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 © Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # Find these numbers on a lal ) el on the side of the air conditioner . 49 - 7454 11 - 02Jfl
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! For your safe _ the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire , electric shock or personal injury . SAFETYPRECAUTIONS Use this appliance only % r its intended q ? { T : _ urn the mode control to 0FFand unplug pui ] ) ose as described in this Owner's your air conditioner before making any Manual . repairs or cleaning . NOTE . " We strongly recommend that any This air conditioner must be propedy installed in accordance with the Installation servicing be performed by a quafified individual Instructions before it is used . _ ? _ F : o _ x your safety . . . do not store or use Never unplug your air conditioner 1 ) y combustible mamrials , gasoline or other pulling on the power cord . Always grip flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity plug firefly and pull straight out flom the of this or any other appliance . receptacle . _ f ? A : , : ll air condiuoners contain reDigerants , which under federal law must be remoxed Repair or replace immediamly all electric service cords that have become flwed or prior to product disposal . If you are getting otherwise damag > d . Do not use a cord rid of an old product with refligerants , check that shows cracks or abrasion damage with the company handling disposal about what to do . along its length or at either the plug or conilector end . HOWTOCONNECETLECTRICITY Do not , under any circumstances , cut or remove The air conditioner should ahvays be the third ( ground ) prong from the power cord . For plugg > d into its owxxindividual electrical personal safe _ this appliance must be properly outlet which has a xolmg > rating that matches grounded . the rating plato . This proxqdes the best performance and also The power cord of dfis appliance is equipped with a 3 - prong ( grounding ) plug which mates prments overloading house wiring circuits which could cause a fire hazard flom with a standard 31 ) iong ( grounding ) wall oxerheated wires . outlet m minimize the possibility of electric shock hazard flom this appliance . See the Installation Instructions , Electrical Haxe the wall outlet and circuit checked by a Requirements section fox specific elecuica ] qualified electrician to make sure the outlet is connection requirements . properly grounded . Where a 9 - prong wall outlet is encounmred , it is your personal responsibility and obligation m have it replaced with a properly grounded 3 - prong wall outlet . 2
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vvww . GEAppliances . com WARNING ! USEOFEXTENSIOCNORDS - - 115 - Vmooltdelsonly Because of potential safety hazards under 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 - Vomltodelsonly Because of potential safety hazards under certain ' Whei : , disconnecting file power cord flora 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 use all adaptei ; where adaptor ground terminal is xetT likely to break 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 tile air co , _ , ditio , _ , er m _ , ti ] a proper grom _ , d has been established . Tile larger slot ill tile adapter 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 bsulated , andthe wall power cord . outlet is groundedthreughthe housewiring . Youshould have the circuit checkedby a qualified electricianto makesure the outlet is properlygrounded . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCtiONS
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Aboutthe controlson theair conditionermmodels with controlknobs . Features and appearance will vary . OFF OFF HIGH _ HIGH MED • I I • LOW COOLOFAN LOW _ | | COOL 0 MODE CONTROLS Yourmodel will ha ve one of the above type controls . 6 3 9 0 I0 1 11 COOLEST 0 TEMP CONTROL Controls Mode Controls TempControls 0 0 HIGHCOOLM , ED COOLand LOWCOOLprovide The temp control is used to maintain the cooling with ( lifterent tim speeds . room temperature . The compressor will cycle on and off ' to kee I ) the room at the same COOLprovides cooling with a fixed tm _ speed . level of comfort . When w ) u ttlrn the knob to LOWFAN , HIGHFAN or FAN pr ( Mdes air a higher ntlI / / beI ; the indoor air will becomeand coole _ : Turn the knob m a lower number circulation and filtering Mthout cooling . the indoor air will become wam _ e _ : NOTE . I " fyoumovetheswitchfroma coolsettlWto OFForto a fansetting , waitat least3 minutesbefore switchingbacktoa coolsetting . CoolingDescriptions ForNormalCooling - - SelectHIGHCOOLor MED COOLwith the temp control at midpoint . ForMaximumCooling - - Select HIGHCOOLMth the temp control at the highest nmnber available on w _ ur knob . For Quieter and Nighttime Cooling - - Select LOW COOLwith the temp control at midpoint . 4
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wvvw . GEAppliances . com Additional controls and important information . Energy Saver ( on some models ) OFF - - The tim runs all the time , while the The energy saver switch controls the tim . compressor cycles on and off . ON - - The tan and c ( ) mpressor cycle on and off This switch nlust be set at OFF in order t ( ) use together : This results in wider wu _ iations of room temperature and humidity . It is nommllv used the tan settings ( on the mode c ( mtrol ) . when the room is m _ occupie ( l . Vent Control The vent control is located on the inside of the / air louxe _ at the bottom of the xent . / X4hen set at CLOSEo , nly the air inside the room / will be circulated and conditioned . X , \ hen set at OPEN , some inside air is exhausted outside . Vent control Ventcontrol lever lever To close the venL Toopen the venL Air Direction - - Up and Down Fingertip pressm'e on the horizontal lou \ ' e _ a ( ! iusts the air direction up or down . Air Direction - - Side - to - Side The side - to - side air direction is a ( ! i usted by moving the air direction lever to the left or right , Air direction lever
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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 heft ) 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 steam cleaned , a service a \ _ filable through yore " GE service outlet . Air Filter Toremove : The air filter behind the fl'ont grille should be checked and cleaned at least exe _ ' 30 daxs or illoi'e ( ) lien if ' necessarv . ] Pull to tmlatch the lower corne _ of the inlet grille and lift it up and off . Clean the filter with wam _ , soapy water : Rinse and let the filter dry before replacing it . NOTE : DONOTrinse , orput the filter in anautomatic dishwasher A CAUTIOND : ONOroperetetheal conditioner without a filter becausedirt and lintwHIclog it and reduceperformance . ] Using the tab , pull up slighfl ) on the filter to release it and pull it down to remoxe .
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Preparingto install the air conditioner . Read these instructions completely and carefully . BeforeYouBegin NOTE TO INSTALLER : Leave these instructions with A CAUTION : the air conditioner after installation is completed . Do not under any circumstances , cut or remove NOTE TO CONSUMER : Keep this Owner's Manual the third ( ground ) prong from the power cord . and Installation Instructions for future use . Do not change the plug on the power cord of this IMPORTANT NOTES : air conditioner For personal safety , this air conditioner must be Aluminum house wiring may present special properly grounded . problems - - consult a qualified electrician . It is important to have the wall outlet and circu # checked by a quafified electrician if there is any doubt as to whether a proper ground exists . Follow National Electrical Codes ( NEC ) and / or local codes and ordinances . ElectricalRequirements Some models require 230 / 20S - volt a . c . , 60 Hz grounded outlet protected with a protected with a time delay filse or circuit ( _ Some models require 115 / 120 - volt a . c . , breaker These models should be installed 15 - amp time delay fuse or circuit breaker : on their own single branch circuit fiw best The 3 - prong grounding plug minimizes the ( - - - - " _ performance and to prevent overloading possibili b of electric shock hazard . If the wall outlet k . E / house or apartment wiring circuits , which you plan to use is only a 2 - prong outlet , it is xour could cause a possible fire hazard fl'om responsibili b to haxe it replaced with a properly ( ) x'erheating wires . , gr ° unded . 3 - 1 ) tong , wall outlet . ToolsYouWill Need ! _ Scissor5 or knife ! : _ Phillips - head screwdi _ Jver ! ' ! : _ Pencil ! ' ! : A _ ( ! iustable wrench ! i _ : I , evel _ : Ruler or tape measure : : JiD : : rill 7
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Window installation instructions . Parts Included Window sash seal _ _ , - - - - - - - - - _ ( thin , adhesive - backed ) Foamtop _ _ _ window gasket _ , _ _ _ _ _ _ Support rail ( 2 ) Tompounratbil _ g / 4o7J ° o Left accordion : _ seal strip _ _ / ' _ _ - _ V - sup port ( 2 ) panel - _ Topmounting rail Bottom mounting rail Right Accordion panel accordion clamp ( 2 ) _ panel Window stool seal / ( thick , adhesive - backed ) Window Flat washer ( 4 ) Type A Type B ( 11 ) Type C ( 4 ) Type D Type E ( 2 ) 10,000BTU models ( 17 ) locking bracket 12,000BTU models ( 19 ) 1 _ Nut ( 4 ) _ ) Lock @ washer ( 4 ) Bolt ( 4 ) _ 8
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Read completely , then follow step - by - step . Window Requirements iJi : : These instructions are fin " a standard double - @ M1 sui @ orting pa * ts must be secured to tim / Woo ( l , iilasoni ' _ oi " metal . hung window . You will need to inodifv them for other t , ipes of windows . ! i _ : The electrical outlet must be within reach of _ : The air conditioner can be installed without the power cord . the accordion panels if needed to fit in a narrow window . See the window opening dimensions . 10,000BTUmodels 12,000BTUmodels I I / / " I [ 3 = = = = 43 D = = = = IB 17 ½ " rain . 18 ¼ " rain . 26 " to 39 " 30 " to 43 " ( Withaccordionpanels / ( Withaccordionpanels ) m r " I I Im 22 ¼ " rain . 26 ¼ " loin . ( Withoutaccordionpanels ) ( Withoutaccordionpanels ) Storm Window Requirements A strum window fl'ame will not allow the air WOODPIECES - - conditioner to tilt towards the outside and WIDTH : 2 " will kee I ) it from draining i ) ropefly . To at ! just fin " this , attach a piece of wood to the stool . LENGTH : I , ong enough to tit inside the window [ i'aII / e . _ Wood THICKNESS : To detemfine the thickness , place a 1 / 2 " higher piece of wood on the stool to make it 1 / 2 " higher thanframe than the top of the stom _ window ti'ame . t Stool Attach secm'elv with nails or screws provided by the installe _ : frame
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Window installation instructions . Remove the Air Conditioner From the Case F _ Remoxe and discard the 2 shipl _ ing screws ] On some models , ) ou must also disconnect fl'om the bottom rear of the case . the control connectox _ befin'e the grille fl'ame can be remoxed . Press the locking tabs in 6 . • " o " ) while I ) ulhn _ _ n the other side to release . Presisn ! 6 . Pressin ] Pull to unlatch the lower cornex _ of the inlet F _ Remove the locking screw and locking bracket grille and lift it up and off . fl'om the lower fi'ont of the unit . ] Using the tab , pull up slightly on the filter to release it and pull it down to remoxe . ] Remove the screw securing the ground wire to the right side ti _ ce of the unit . ] Remoxe the two grille fl'ame screws . j " £ _ Grounwdire ' _ i ' " _ 1 _ _ _ Screw ] Slide the air conditioner fl'om the case by , Ilgf ) i ) ino _ the base pan handle and I ) ulling , fin'ward while bracing the case . ( ; rasp the lower cornex5 of the grille fl'ame [ ] while I _ ressing , in on the case sides with your finger tips . Pull out to release and lift it up . NOTE : Do not pull the bottom edge toward youmore than 3 " or youmay damagethe tabs of the grille . 10
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Install the Mounting Rails onto the Case ] Remoxe the backing fl'om the top mounting [ _ ] Attach the to _ mortaring rail onto the 0top00 rail seal strip and attach it to the bottom of of the case with 5 Type A screws ( on 10 , the top mounting rail . BTU models ) or 7 TH ) e A screws ( on 12,000 BTU models ) . _ ] Attach the bottom motmting rail to the bottom of the case from the inside , usin , * 4 T ) pe A screws . NOTE : Referto the labelonthe bottommountingrail for proper orientation of the rail . TypeA _ oTypeA screws screws _ I ( for12 , 000BTU modelsonly ) TypeA screw Label 11
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Window installation instructions . Install the Side Accordion Panels * 0 " " ( " " ( _ ] Slide the left and n _ ht ace ) _ ( h m panels into [ _ ] Attnch the accordion panels to the case using the tol _ and lx _ ttom mounting , rails . 4 Type A screws on each side . p mountingrail TypeA screwst Bottorn mounting rail Prepare the Window _ ] Cut the window sash seal to the window width ] Mark the centerline of the stool . Measure and and stick the adhesixe side to the bottom of mark the locations fi ) r the support assemblies the sash . from both sides of the centerline : 10,000BTU models - 10 % " on each side 12,000BTU models - 12 _ A " on each side Stool 12
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Place , Assemble and Install the Support Brackets ] Detem / ine the position that the V - support _ ] I , ine up the V - notches in the suI ) I ) ort assemblies will be placed within the suI ) port rail b ) on the left and right marks on the stool . Make placing the support rail against the back sure that the stq ) port rail is against the back tff edge of the stool . the stool and drill two l / 8 " pilot holes into the stool through the holes in the support rail neck . NOTE : lithe wall extends past the sill , note the Attach the sui ) port assemblies to the stool using nearest side hole in the support rail that is past 2 _ ' pe g screws in each assembly : this construction . TypeB WOOd SCreWS INSIDE OUTSIDE Support rail . \ " _ sill , , . . ? location flTatispast flTesill _ ] _ & ssemble the V - sui ) i ) ort to the sui ) port rail A ( ! just the Type E leveling bolts against the using 9 T , 1 ) e D nuts , lock washers and bolts , at outside wall so that the assemblies have a slight the location noted . The shortest portion of the tilt to the outside . Use a level ; about a l / 2 V - sui ) i ) ort should be placed fi _ cing the neck of bubble will be the correct slant to the outside . the suI ) port rail . Repeat for second V - sui ) port TypeBwood screws and support rail . Support Assembly 1 / 2 Bubble ] I . . . . . . % , , , . . . . . ' . . . . . . . . . It . a = _ Neck t \ \ " x _ , . _ _ I1 " " Type D nuts soppo \ \ / 1l _ _ andbolts ( 2 > bracket XX , , XJIJ TypeElevelin { _ J _ . . - - TypeEbolt | NOTE : Use a wood block between the leveling Thread a Tx ] ) e E bolt about 1 / 2 of the wax bolts and the wall if the wall is weak or if the into the outer thce of the shortest angle of weight of the air conditioner falls between the each V - suI ) I ) ort . studs in the wall . [ _ Attach the adhesive side of the window stool seal ( thick , adhesixe - backed ) to the window stool . Windowstoolseal 13
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Window installation instructions . Install the Case in the Window _ ] Carefl / lly position the case in the window ] Extend the left and right accordion panels to the _ ertical window sashes and attach the until the botton / mounting rail drops into the channels in the supports . Center the case and top cornei _ with 2 Type g scre _ vs . Use an lower the window behind the top mortaring accoi'dioil pailel clall / p Oil each lower coi'ileF rail . The case should be slightly filmd to the to trap the panels . Attach them to the stool outside . Use a level ; about a l / 2 bubble will using 2 _ ' pe B scre _ vs . be the correct case slant to the outside . Topmountingrail _ ] Attach the bottom of the case to the ssupportide , rail with Ibm " Type C screws two on each with a fiat washer under the head of each sciex < screw TypeB screw Panecl lampand TypeBscrew Panelclampand TypeB screw NOTE : Sealany openingsaroundthe caseor accordion panels with sealer or foamgaskets . Secure the Case in the Window and Install the Foam Top Window Gasket ] Drill a 1 / 8 " pilot hole and attach the top ] Cut the fi ) am top window gasket to the window width . mounting rail to the sash with a T _ ] ) e B screw . TypeB screw _ ] Stuffthe fi ) am between the glass and the xdndow to prexent air and insects fl'om getting into the room . Topmo _ / / I I _ ] Attach the window locking bracket xdth 2 T _ 1 ) e B screws . 14
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Install the Air Conditioner in the Case ] Slide the air conditioner into the case . Do not _ ] Attnch the front grille fl'ame to the case b ) push on the controls or the rimmed coils . inserting the tabs on the grille fl'ame into Make sure the air conditioner is firefly seated . the slots on the fl'ont top of the case . Push the grille fl'ame in m _ fil it snaps into place arom _ d the power cord on the right side . / / ] Reinstall the locking brackets and screws reillo _ , ed earliei ; Guide flTelevers carefully flTroughflTegrille frame as youpush it in . ] Secm'e the fl'ont grille frame to the case by re _ lacin , , the screws remoxed earliei ; ] / MPORTANT ! Reconnect the ground wire to the air condifionex ; ] If yore'model has the control connecting , ] Install the filte _ ; Hook the inlet grille in the reconnect them to the fl'ont grille bv , ix'essino _ fl'ame and close it . ( 2onnect power ; them tooether _ tmfil the locking , tabs snap into place . 15
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Through - the - wallinstallation instructions - - optionaL IMPORTANT Through - the - wall installation is not appropriate if any i i i of the side louvers in the case will be obstructed by the wall All side louvers in the case must project on the outdoor side of the wall . Theroomsideof thecasemustprojectintotheroom at least 13 / " 4fromthefinishedwall The case must be installed level from side - to - side and with a slight tilt from front to rear . Use a level ; about a I / 2 bubble will be the correct case slant to the outside . _ A _ Remo _ e the air conditioner fl'om the case . For specific insti'tlction , refer to the I / Vindow InstallationInstructions . _ ] Make certain a wall receptacle is axailable close _ ] Place the case in the wall o ) enin , * and to the hole location c , r make arrangements to secure with 12 l " hmg # 10 wood screws . install a receptacle . NOTE . D " riftpiiothoies , if necessan / forproper instai / ationI . f theframeis oversizedu , seshims topreventcasedistortion . Finish the Wall Opening Caulk all fi _ m " sides on the outdoor side of the case to prevent moistm'e fl'om , getfin ' * , _ through , to the interior wall . Use of flashing ( drip rail ) will fimher prexent water fl'om dripping inside the wall and down the outside of the building / _ Plasterline I J _ i Caulking I I ( if desired ) OUTSIDE INSIDE Air louvers _ - - ( mustprojecton the outdoorside of the wall ) rail Woodfiller andcaulkin ( ( aboveandbelowthe flashing ) Flashing ( driprail ) t 1 ¾ " min . 16
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Before you call forservice . . . vvww . GEAppliances . com Troubleshooting - tips . Save time and money ! Review the chart below first and you may not need to call for service . Possible Causes What ToDo Air conditioner The air conditioner • Make sure the air conditioner i ) lug is i ) ushed completely doesnotstart into the outlet . is unplugged . The fuse is blown / circuit • Check tile house ti ] se / circuit breaker box and repla ( e breaker is tripped , the fl ] se or reset the breake ] ; Power failure . • / f power tililm'e occm _ , turn the air conditioner OFF . _ ] ] en power is restored , wait 3 mim ] tes to restnrt the air conditioner to prevent tril ) ping oI the compressor overload . Air conditiouer does not Airflow is restricted . • Make sure there are no curtains , blinds or fiwniture coolasit should blocking th e ti'ont of the air conditi ( ) nel : The temp control ] nay not • Turn the temperatm'e knob to a higher numbe ] ; be set correctly . The air f'dter is dirty . • ( : lean the filter at least eve ] T 30 days . See the Operating Instructions section . The room ] nay have been hot . • _ Aq / en the air conditioner ix ti ] st turned on , you need to allow ti ] ] ] e t0r the ] ' oo ] / / 1o COO1 dowl ] . Cold air is escaping . • Check for oi ) en fi / rnace floor registe ] _ and cold air I'etl ] ] ' ] ] S . • Set the air ( onditioner's vent to the closed position . Cooling coils have iced up . • See " Air conditioner freezingup " below . Air conditioner Ice blocks the air flow and • Set the mode control at HIGHFANor HIGH COOL freezing up stops the air conditioner with the temp at I or 2 . from cooling the room . Water drips outside Hot mid hmnid weather . • This ix n ( mnal . Water drips indoors The air conditioner is not • g ( w ire ) per water disp ( ) sal , make sure the air c ( ) ] ] ( lift ( ) ] ] el " tilted to the outside , slants slightly ti'om the case ti'ont to the re : H : Water collects in Moisture removed from air • This is n ( mnal fi ) r a short period in areas with little base pan and dxahzs into base pan . lmmidity ; n ( mnal for a longer period in very humid areas . / 7
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Before you call forservice . . . Normal Operating Sounds ? _ : You may hear a pinging noise caused by water ) _ : X4 " _ ter will collect in the base pan dm _ ing high being picked up and thrown against the humidi _ ' or on rainy days . The water may condenser on rainy da ) : s or when the humidity ovet { h ) w and drip from the outdoor side ot the mfit , is high . This design feature helps relnove moistm'e and improve eflidency . : : Ji : T : he tim may mn even when the compressor _ : You may hear the them _ ostat click when the does not . COIIII ) I'eSSOI " cycles on and off . 18
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Consumer Product Ownership Registration Dear Customer : Thank you for purchasing our product and thank you for placing your confidence in us . _ 47eare proud to ha _ e you as a C / lStOlller ! Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment : Complete mid mail Read your ( ) wner's After mailing ille your Consumer Mamml carefulE . registraiion below , store { his doctll / / ellt Product Ownership h will help you Registration today . in a sad place , h operam your new t ] a _ c the peace of ( o11tail / s i11 { ( ) rlllatioll at _ pliame properly . mind of knowing we you will need should ( an comact you in you require service . th ( unlikely ( win of ( ) ur service mmlber a sa / ; _ qv modi / icaiion . is 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . Model Number Serial Number I I I I I I , I Important : If you did not get a registration card with your product , detach and return the form below to ensure that your product is registered , or register online at www . GEAppliances . com . _ , _ ( _ / / I here Consumer Product Ownership Registration Model Number Serial Number Mn Ms . M * > , . Mi _ s Fir , d ] I L : _ sl ] I I I I I I I Name I I I I I I I I I Naln ( ! I I I I I I Stlx ( ! 1 [ I Addr ( ss I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ap # _ I , , , , , , , I E - nAla ( i [ l ( [ ress : : Zip Dine Pla ( ed NUlnber I i i i i i i ' : Pl ( ase provide your e - mail address Io r ( ceiv ( , via e - mail , discounts , sp ( cial off ( rs and ofll ¢ r important communications from GE Appliances ( ( ; EA ) . ( : h ¢ ( k h ( r ( if you do 11ol WaHt to I - ( X ( iv ( ( ommuni ( ations from ( ; EA's ( arefully sel ( ( le ( [ partners . GEAppliances GE Consumer Prodocts General Electric Company Lotrisville , Kentucky www . GEAppliances . com 22
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Air ConditionerWarranty . Aft warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , Staple your receipt here . or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . To schedule service , Proof of the original purchase on - line , 24 hours a day , visit us at www . GEAppliances . com , or date is needed to obtain service call 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . under the warrantF We Will Replace : Anypart of the air conditioner which thils due to a detect in materials or w ( n'kmanship . Fromthe date of the During this full one - year warranty , we will also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home originalpurchase serxi ( e to replace the ( lefe ( d _ e [ ) art , FiveYears Any part of the sealed refrigerating system ( the compress ( n ; con ( lensei ; evaporator and Fromthe date of the all c ( mnecting ttfl ) ing ) which fifils due to a ( lefect in materials or workmanship . During this originalpurchase four - year additional warranty , we will also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home service to replace the ( lefecfi \ ' e part . : : Ji : S : ervice trips to your home to teach you how to : : Ji : R : eplacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . use the product . Failure due to corrosion on models not corrosion - _ : Improper installation , delivery or maJntenm _ ce . If you _ : have an h _ staJlation problem , or if the air conditioner protected . is of improper cooling capacity for the intended use , ! ; ? : Dmnage to the product caused by hnproper power supply contact your dealer or hlstaJler . You axe responsible voltage , accident , f'we , floods or acts of God . for providing adequate electrical com _ ecthlg facilities . hlcidentaJ or consequential dmnage caused by possible : : Ji : F : ailure of the product resulting from modifications to defects with this air conditioner . the product or due to tmreasonable use h _ dudJng failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance . : : Ji : D : mnage after delivery . _ : In commercial locations labor necessary to move the refit to a location where it is accessible for service by an h _ dfrviduaJ teclufidaal . This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA . In Alaska , the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to your home . 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 . Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 23
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