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GEAppfiances . com Safely Instruaions . . . . . . . . . . 2 , 3 Operating InsCruaions Controls - - Control Iga _ obs . . . . . 6 , 7 ASH08 Controls - - Touch Pads . . . . . . . 4 , 5 ASW08 ASHI O Care and Cleaning ASH l 2 Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Grille and Case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Outdoor Coils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Installation Instructions Through - the - _ A'all Installation - - Optional . . . . . . . . 15 © _ ' indow Installation . . . . . . . . . 9 - 14 Troubleshooting Tips . . . . . . . . 16 Nomml Operating Sounds . . . . . 16 Consumer Support Consumer Support . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Product Registration . . . . . . . 17 , 18 VCaiwantv . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 © Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # Find these numbers on a label on the < side ot the air conditione _ : DB98 - 1M79A 49 - 7472 72 - 03 JR
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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 E : , U : se this appliance only % r its intended ; f ; Turn tile mode control OFFand unplug • ( pml ) ose as described in tilts ) wner s your air conditioner before making any Manual . repairs or cleaning . E : , T : his air conditioner must be properly NOTE . " V _ : estrongly recommend that any installed in accordance with tile Installation servicing be perfomaed by a qualified Instructions before it is used . individual . E : , N : exer unplug your air conditioner by pulling E : , FI or your safety . . . do not store or use on the power cord . Always glqp plug firefly combnsfible materials , gasoline or other and pull straight out flom tile receptacle . flammable vapors or liquids in tile vicinity of this or any other appliance . E : , R : epair or replace immediamly all elecu _ ic service cords that hme become flwed or _ : All air conditioners contain refligerants , which under federal law must be remox > d otherwise damaged . Do not use a cord that shows cracks or abrasion damage prior to product disposal . If you are g _ tdng along its length or at either tile plug or rid of an old product with refl - igerants , check connector end . with tile company handling disposal about what to do . HOWTOCONNECETLECTRICITY Do not , under any circumstances , cut or remove Tile air conditioner should always be plugg > d into its own individual electrical outlet the third ( ground ) prong from the power cord . For personal safety , this appliance must be properly which has a x _ lmge rating fllat matches the grounded . rating plate . Tile power coM of fl _ is appliance is equipped Tiffs proxqdes tile best performance and also with a 3 - prong ( gTounding ) plug which mates prexents overloading house wiring circuits which could cause a fire hazard flom with a standard 3 - prong ( grounding ) wall oxerheated wires . outlet m minimize the possibiligv of elecUic shock hazard flom this appliance . See the Installation Instructions , Electrical Hme the wall outlet and circuit checked by Requirements section for specific electlJca ] connection requirements . a qualified electrician to make sure tile outlet is properly grounded . ' _ / _ ] lere a 9 - prong wall outlet is encounmred , it is your personal responsibility and obligation to have it replaced with a properly grounded _ prong wall outlet . 2
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GEAppliances . com WARNING ! USEOFEXTENSIOCNORDS - - 115 - Volt modelsonly 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 > t ; if you must / lse an extension cord , it is absolutely necessary that it be a UiAismd , 14 gauge , 3 - wire grounding b'pe appliance extension cord having a grounding type plug and outlet and flint fl ) e electrical rating of rite cord be 15 amperes ( minimum ) and 195 x _ lts . USEOFADAPTERPLUGS - - 115 - Volmt odelsonly Because of potential safety hazards under certain When disconnecting file power cord flom the conditions , we strongly recommend against the adapter ; alwws hold tile adaptor in place with use of an adapter plug . one hand while pulling tile power cord plug with the other hand . If this is not done , the Howex > [ ; if you must rise an adapte [ ; where adaptor ground temfinal is x > tT likely ' to b _ eak local codes permit , a temporary connection may with repeamd use . be made to a properly grounded 9 - prong wall outlet by use of a UiAismd adaptor available at If the adapter ground temfinal breaks , DO NOT most local hardware stores . USE the air conditioner until a proper ground has been established , The larger slot in fl _ e adapter must be Attaching the adapter groundtermba / to a waft outlet aligned with the larger slot in file wall outlet coverscrew does not groundthe applianceunlessthe to provide proper polarity in the connection coverscrew is metal , not insulated , and the waft outlet of the power cord . is groundedthroughthe house wiring . Youshouldhave the circuit checkedby a qualified electrician to make sure the outlet is properlygrounded . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCtiONS
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Aboutthe controlson the air conditionermmodels with touchpads . Features and appearance will vary . Cool on Fan on MEDW r NIGH LO F 77mero17 @ Air ConditionerControls Remote Control TIMER 0 O ON / OFF TtlYns aiY ( - onditioneY on and oleO , ON _ \ _ l _ en the air conditioner is off , it can be set to automatically turn oiT in 1 to ] 2 Oisplav hom _ at its previous setting . Each touch will Shows the set temperature , time remaining set the time in hom _ . on tiiner or tim speed ( I - LOW _ 2 - MED or a - HIGH ) . OFF - - _ NheI , _ the air conditioner is on , it can be set to automatically turn off in 1 to 12 O MODE hom _ . Each touch will set the time in hom _ . Use to set the air conditioner to COOLor FANmode . To cancel the timex , press the TIMERpad until the displa ) time disappears . Increase • / Decrease • Pads Use to set temperature when in COOL mode . RemoteControlSignal Receiver 0 0 FAN Use to set the tim speed to LOW ( l ) , MED ( 2 ) or HIGH ( 3 ) . Power Outage Recovery Feature In the case ota power outage or interruption , the xfill reset to the original setting . You ma ) need to set a new time it desired . unit will automatically re - start in the settings last used alter the power is restored . The 77MERteature Remote Control ! i _ : To ensure proper operation , aim the _ : Make sure nothing is between the air conditioner and the remote control that remote control at the signal receixer on the air conditioner . could block the signal . : : Ji : M : ake sure batteries are fi'esh and installed iJi : : The remote control signal has a range of correcflv _ see the Care and Cleaning section . up to 21 tibet . 4
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GEAppliances . com When the air conditioner is turned on , it will automatically start in the setting last used . COOLMode Use tile COOLmode with HIGH ( 3 ) , MED ( 2 ) or CoolingDescriptions LOW ( 1 ) tim fin " cooling . Use tile INCREASEA / ForNormalCooling - - Selectthe COOLmode DECREASE • pads to set tile desired teml ) eratm'e and HIGH ( 3 ) or MED ( 2 ) tim with a middle set between 64 ° F and 86 ° F in l ° F increments , temperature , A them _ ostat is used to maintain tile room ForMaximumCoolino - - - Select the COOLmode temperature , The compressor will cycle on and off and HIGH ( 3 ) tim with a lower set temperature , to kee I ) the room at the set level of comfort , Set the them _ ostat at a lower nmnber and tile indoor air For Quieter & Nighttime Coolino - - Select the will becolne coole _ ; Set the thelinostnt at a higher COOL mode and LOW ( 1 ) tim with a middle set number and tile indoor air will become wamm _ : temperatm'e . NOTE : If the air conditioneris off andis then turned on NOTE : If you switch from a COOLsetting to OFForto while set to COOLi , t will takeapproximately3 minutes a fan setting , wait at least3 minutesbefore switching for the compressorto start and cooling to begin . back to a COOLsetting . FAN Mode Use tile FAN at HIGH ( 3 ) , MED ( 2 ) or LOW ( l ) t ( > provide air circulation and filtering without cooling . Since lira only settings do not provide cooling , a telnl ) erature setting will not be displayed . Vent Control ( onsome models ) Tile vent control is located on tile inside of tile l air lou \ ' e _ in tile lower right corne _ : ( " X , _ ] _ en set at CLOSE , only the air inside the room will be circulated and conditioned . _ , _ ] / en set at OPEN , some inside air is exhausted outside . Toopen flTevent , push the lever to the right . Toclose it , push it to the left . Air Direction - - Up and Down ( on some models ) Fingertip pressm'e on tile horizontal lou \ ' e _ a ( ! iusts tile air direction up or down . OR Air Direction - - Side - to - Side ( onsomemodels ) On some models , tile side - to - side air ( lirecfion is a ( ! justed by tile louver levels or b ) ' grasping and m eying tile inner vertical lou ' , ' e _ .
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Aboutthecontrolsontheair conditioner - - modelswith controlknobs . Features and appearance will vary . OFF OFF LOW HI OFF FAN FAN FAN OOL FAN OOL HIGH @ IIGH LOW VIED LOVe @ HI HI @ IHI FAN COOL LOW LOW COOL COOL FAN COOL LOWOOL MEO COOL C MODECONTROLS Yourmodel will have one of the above type controls . TEMP CONTROLS Yourmodel will have one of the above type controls . Controls TempControls o Mode Controls @ HIGHCOOLM , ED COOLand LOWCOOLproxide The temp control is used to maintain the cooling with diflbrent tim speeds . room temperature . The compressor will cycle on and off to kee I ) the room at the same LOWFANor HIGHFANprovides air drculafion level of comfi ) rt . When you turn the knob to and tiltering without cooling . a higher numbe _ ; the indoor air will become coole _ : Turn the knob to a lower number and NOTE . I " f youmovetheswitchfromacoolsettingto OFFor the indoor air will 1 ) ecome wmme _ : toa fansett / bg , waitat least3minutesbeforeswitch / bgback toa coolsettlbg . Cooling Descriptions ForNormal Cooling - - Select HIGH COOLor MED COOL with the temp control at midpoint , For Maximum Cooling - - Select HIGH COOL with the temp control at the highest number awfilal ) le on vom " knob . For Quieter & Nighttime Cooling - - Select LOW COOL with the temp control at midpoint .
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GEAppliances . com Additional controls and important information . Energy Saver ( on some models ) Tile energa , saver switch controls tile thn . OFF - - The tim runs all tile time , while tile compressor cycles on and oIt _ ON - - The tim and compressor cycle on and off This switch I / ltlSt be set at OFFin order to use together : This results in wider \ m _ iafions ot room temperature and hmniditv . Nommllv used when tile tim settings ( on tile mode control ) . tile room is tmoccupied . Vent Control ( on some models ) Tile vent control is located on tile inside ot tile air ( / lou \ ' e _ in tile lower right corner . ( z _ ] / en set at CLOSE , only tile air inside tile room will be circulated and conditioned . X _ ] / en set at OPEN , some inside air is exhausted outside . v Toopen the vent , push fl ? elever to fl ? eright . Toclose it , push it to the left . Air Direction - - Side - to - Side On some models , tile side - to - side air direction is CIRCULAIRE ( on some models ) a ( ! itlsted b } tile lo / l ' , er le _ , elN or by , , gI'aSl ) ing , and For fixed side - to - side air direction , set tile IIloVin { r tile inner vertical lOtlveiN . Circulaire switch to ON tmtil tile desired air direction is obtained ; then moxe it to OFF . For continuous side - to - side air circulation , set tile Circulaire switch to ON and leaxe it there . CIRCULAIRE ON • OFF Air Direction - - Up and Down ( on some models ) Fingertip pressm'e on tile horizontal louxe _ a ( ! iusts tile air direction up or down . OR 7
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Care and cleaning of the air conditioner . How to Insert the Batteries NOTES : ] Remove tile battery cover by sliding it ( o " ( " ' " ' ace ) I'din _ t ) tile _ IITOW dli'ectlon , ? _ : Use 2 _ ( 1.5 volt ) batteries . Do not use recha _ geable batteries . ] Insert new batteries , making sure that thetly . ( + ) and ( - ) of battery are installed correc : : Ji : R : emove tile batteries fl'om tile remote control if tile system is not going to be used fi ) r a hmg time . ] Reattach the coxer b ) sliding it back into position . Grille and Case Turn the air conditioner oft and remo ' , e tile To clean , use water and a mild deter , ent Do not use bleach or abrasixes . I ) lug , from tile wall outlet before cleaning , Outdoor Coils Tile coils on tile outdoor side of tile air conditioner should be checked regularly . If tile ) ' are clogged with dirt or soot , tile } ' may be professionally steam - cleaned , a service available through your GE service outlet . Air Filter Toremove ( on some models ) : Tile air filter behind tile fl'ont grille should be checked and cleaned at least exer _ 30 da _ s or IllOI'e ot [ en if necessai ' _ L [ ] Open tile inlet grille dowmvard 1 ) ) pulling out tile upper corne _ of tile inlet grille . Lift it up and ( / / It . Clean tile filter Mth warn / , soalu watet ; Rinse and let the filter ( h T befin'e replacing it . ( ; rasp the filter at the top center and slide ] it out . CAUTIOND : oNoorpetrbaaeeir conditionewr ithouta fiiterbecausedirt andtintwill dog it and reduce performance . To remove ( on some models ) : [ ] Open tile inlet grille upward by pulling out tile bottom of tile inlet grille . Toremove ( on some models ) : ] Using tile tab pull up slightly on tile filter to release it and pull it down . Grabthe tabson the filter andpull it upandout . Toremove ( onsomemodels ) : Grabthetab on the filter ampul / it to the Wht . 8
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Air Conditioner Installation Instructions - ? - i Questions ? Call 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) or Visit our Website at : www . GEAppliances . com I BEFORE YOU BEGIN CAUTION : Do not , under any circumstances , cut or remove the third ( ground ) prong from the Read these instructions completely power cord . and carefully . 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 problems - - consult a qualified electrician . • IMPORTANT - Observaell 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 Phillips head screwdriver • We recommend that two people install this product . • Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer . • Product failure due to improper installation Adjustable wrench Ruler or tape measure is not covered under the Warranty . ( _ ) ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS Pencil Scissors or knife 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 Level 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 . Some models require 230 / 208 - volt a . c . , protected with a time delay fuse or circuit © breaker . These models should be installed on their own single branch circuit for @ best performance and to prevent overloading house or apartment wiring circuits , which could cause a possible fire hazard from overheating wires .
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Window Installation Instructions PARTS INCLUDED Window sash seal Left accordion panel wiF _ awm g ° sPke _ Top mounting rail \ mounting rail seal strip Right accordion panel Bottom inner case gasket Sill support ( 2 ) Type A Type B ( 8 ) Type C Type D ( 1 ) Security bracket ( 1 ) ( 18 or 19 ) Bolt ( 2 ) ( on some models ) 10
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Window Installation Instructions [ ] WINDOW REQUIREMENTS STORM 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 below . 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 8,000 BTU models storm window frame . Attach securely with nails or screws provided by the installer . 1 / 2 " hi than frame Stool . € 36 " 25 " to Storm ( With accordion panels ) window 14 " min . fra me i I 20 " min . REMOVE THE FRONT GRILLE [ ] ( Without accordion panels ) ( IF ATTACHED ) [ ] Remove shipping tape , if present . On 10,000 and 12,000 BTU models models with a slide - out air filter , remove it ( see the Care and Cleaning section ) and the screw behind it ( if present ) that holds the grille in place . 15W ' min . OR 26 " to 391 ½ " ( With accordion panels ) On models with a raise - up inlet grille , lift n I it ( see the Care and Cleaning section ) and 22W " min . remove the screw ( Without accordion panels ) behind it ( if present ) that holds the grille in place . On some models , open the inlet grille from the sides and remove _ R it . Remove the _ / screws from the bottom or lower right corner , if present . 11
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Window Installation Instructions [ ] REMOVE THE FRONT GRILLE [ ] PREPARE THE CASE ( IF ATTACHED ) ( cont . ) [ ] Remove the backing from the top mounting rail seal strip and attach it to the bottom of [ ] Pull the bottom grille the top mounting rail . corners out to release the lower tabs on each side , NOTE : Do not pull the bottom edge toward you more than 3 " or you may damage the tabs of the grille . [ ] Lift the grille up and off the top tabs . [ ] Install the top mounting rail with 4 type A or [ ] REMOVE THE AIR CONDITIONER 5 type A screws ( as the installation requires ) from the outside of the case . FROM THE CASE [ ] Remove the 2 screws on each side of the Top mounting rail case . Keep these for later use . Cz _ . , / Bottom mounting rail Front of air conditioner [ ] Insert the frames for the accordion panels into the top and bottom mounting rails . [ ] Slide the air conditioner from the case by Attach the accordion panels to the side of gripping the base pan handle and pulling the case using 6 type A screws . forward while bracing the case . Front of air conditioner Remove packing cardboard and tape , if present . 12
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Window Installation Instructions [ ] INSTALL THE CASE [ ] INSTALL THE SECURITY IN THE WINDOW BRACKET AND THE FOAM TOP WINDOW GASKET [ ] Cut the window sash seal to the window width and stick the adhesive side to the [ ] Attach the security bracket with a type B bottom of the sash . screw . \ Window sash seal [ ] Thread two type C bolts into the support [ ] Cut the foam top window gasket to the brackets . window width . Slide the case into the window and lower [ ] Stuff the foam between the glass and the the window behind the top mounting rail . window to prevent air and insects from Position the brackets on the case bottom so getting into the room . they will be near the outermost point on the window sill . Attach the support brackets to each side of the case bottom using 4 type A screws on each side . The case should be slightly tilted to the outside . Use a level ; about a 1 / 2 bubble will be the correct case slant to the outside . ) e A screws ) e C bolts [ ] Locate the 3 screw holes along the bottom front edge of the case . Center the case , side - to - side , in the window and mount it to the window sill using 3 type B screws . Top mounting rail _ Type B screws B screws [ ] Extend the left and right accordion panels to the vertical window sashes and attach with 4 type B screws . 13
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Window Installation Instructions [ ] INSTALL THE AIR CONDITIONER IN THE CASE [ ] Slide the air conditioner into the case . Reinstall the 2 screws removed earlier on each side of the case . [ ] Place the bottom inner case gasket between the bottom of the air conditioner and the inside bottom of the case . Fold up the ends on both sides and push them in , Front of air Bottom inner conditioner case gasket [ ] 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 snaps into place . p - Guide the lever carefully through the grille as you push it in . [ ] Secure the front grille to the case by replacing the screw removed in Step 3 . If a screw was not removed in Step 3 , secure the grille with a type A screw for models with a raise - up inlet grille or a type D screw for models with a slide - out filter . The installation is now complete .
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Through - the - Wall Installation Instructions - - Optional The case may be installed through the wall [ ] FINISH THE WALL OPENING in both existing and new construction . Caulk all four sides on the outdoor side of Read completely , then follow step - by - step . the case to prevent moisture from getting through to the interior wall . Use of flashing ( drip rail ) will further prevent water from dripping inside the wall and down the [ ] IMPORTANT outside of the building . Through - the - wall installation is not appropriate if any of the side louvers in the / / _ I - - Plaster line case will be obstructed by the wall . All side louvers in the case must project on Lintel angle ( if required _ L the outdoor side of the wall . • Trim molding Caulk , ng _ P _ J II [ ( if desired ) The room side of the case must project into the room at least 13A " from the finished wall . OUTSIDE The case must be installed level from side - INSIDE to - side and with a slight tilt from front to Air louvers rear . Use a level ; about a 1 / 2 bubble will be ( must project on the correct case slant to the outside . the outdoor side [ ] Remove the air conditioner from the case . of the wall ) / Bottom rail For specific instruction , refer to the Window Installation Instructions . Wood Filler and Caulking _ [ ] Make certain that a wall receptacle is available close to the hole location or make ( above and below the flashing ) / I ( _ / II / I . _ . _ arrangements to install a receptacle . Flashing ( Drip rail ) T 4.5 cm ( 13 / 4 " ) min . [ ] Place the case in the wall opening and secure with 12 1 " long # 10 wood screws . NOTE : Drill pilot holes , if necessary , for proper installation . If the frame is oversized , use shims to prevent case distortion . 15
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TroubleshootingTips . . . Troubleshooting - tips : Save time and money ! Possible Causes What ToDo Air conditioner The air conditioner " Make sure the air conditioner I ) lu ( * _ is pushed doesnotstart is unplugged , coml ) letel ) into the outlet . The fuse is blown / circtfit • Check the house filse / circuit breaker box and replace breaker is tripped , the fl / se ( ) r reset the brea kel ; Power failure . • / f power failure occurs , ttu'u the air comlitioner OFF _ ' hen power is restored , wait 3 minutes to restart the air comlitioner to l ) revent tril ) ping of the compressor overload . Air conditioner does Airflow is restricted . • Make st / l'e there are no curtains , blinds or fiu'niture not coolas it should blocking the fl'ont of the air con ( litionel : The temp control may • On models with touch pads : Ill COOLmode , press the not be set correctly , DECREASE • 1 ) ; 1 ( 1 . • On models with control knobs , tt / I'U the teml ) erature knob to a higher ntunbel : The air filter is dirty . • Clean the filter at least every 30 ( lays . See the OperatingInstructiorTssecti _ ) u . The room may have been hot . • \ 4 " hen the air conditioner is filst turned on , ) ou need to allow time fi ) r the i'OOlii to COO1 dowu . Cold air is escaping . • Check fiw olden fl / ruace I'egisteI _ , aml cold air returns . • Set the air conditioner's vent to the closed position . Coofing coils have iced up . • See " Air conditioner freezingup " below . Air conditioner Ice blocks the air flow • On models with control knobs , set the mode control freezingup and stops the air conditioner at HIGHFANor HIGHCOOLwith tit e tern l ) at I or 2 . from cooling the room . • On models with touch pads , sot the controls at HIGHFANor HIGHCOOLand set the them / ostat to a higher , tern l ) erature . The remote control is The batteries are inserted • Check the l ) osition of the batteries . Tile ) " should be not working incorrectly , inserted ill the opl ) osite ( + ) and ( - ) direction . • s The batteries may be dead . Rel ) lace the batteries < Water drips outside Hot , humid weather . • This is hernial . Water drips indoors The air conditioner is not • For l ) r ( ) per water disl ) ( ) sal , make sure the air conditi ( mer tilted to the outside , slants slightly fl'om the case front to the real ; Water collects in Moisture removed from air • This is nom , al fi ) r a short l ) efiod ill areas with little basepan and drains into base pmz . lmmiditv ; , nomml fiw a louger , l ) eI ] ° d ill Vel'V hmnid areas . " El " appears Fmlction error code . • [ rnlJlug , the air conditionel : Wait . 3 minutes and l ) lu ( * _ it in the display back ill . TIMERfeaturenot A power outage or interruption • Ill the case of a l ) ower outage or interruption , the unit workingproperly occurred . TIMER teatul'e will reset to the original setting . You l ] / _ lV need to set a new time if desired . Normal Operating Sounds _ : Y ) u may hear a pinging noise caused b \ ' water _ : Water will collect ill the base pan during being picked up and thrown against the high lmmiditv or ( m rainy days . The water condenser on rainy days or when the lmmiditv may ovei _ low and ( lrip fl'om the outdoor side of the unit . is high . This design teatlue helps remove moisture and improve efficiency . ! i _ : The tim may run exen when the compressor _ : You may hear the themlostat click when the does not , 16 COUll ) l'eSSOl " cycles on ; dn ( 1 ( ) t ] L _
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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 GEAppliances . com , or carl date is needed to obtain service 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . under the warrantF We Will Replace : OneYear Anypart of the air conditioner which thils due to a detect in materials or workmanship , Fromthe date of the During this full one - year warranty , we will also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home origina ! purchase service to replace the ( leie ( d _ e [ ) art , FiveYears Any part of the sealed refrigerating system ( the compressox ; con ( lensex ; evaporator and Fromthe date of the all connecting tubing ) which fifils due to a defect 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 ( leibcdve part , _ : Service trips to your home to teach you how to ! i _ : Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . use the product . ) _ : Failure due to corrosion on models not corrosion - ! i / : hnproper h _ staJlation , delivery or maintenance . If you have an installation problem , or if the air conditioner is protected . of improper cooling capacity for the intended use , : : Ji : D : aanage to the product caused by improper power supply contact your dealer or installer . You are responsible for voltage , accident , f'tre , floods or acts of God . providing adequate electrical com _ ecthlg facilities . : : Ji : I : ncidental or consequentiaJ dmnage caused by possible _ : Failure of the product resulting from modifications to defects with this air conditioner . the product or due to mlreasonable use including failure to provide reasonable and necessary maJntenm _ ce . iJi : D : mnage after delivery . _ : In commerciaJ locations labor necessary to move the unit to a location where it is accessible for service by an individual teclnficiml . 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 aflow 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 19
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