GE AJCS 06 LZ Air Conditioner User Manual
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
Heat Pump: AJHS 08
AS
Important Safety Information
3
Operating Instructions
4
The Controls on Your Air Conditioner
Care of Product
Installation Instructions
8
Important Electrical Safety
Window Installation
Through-the-Wall Installation
Helpful Information
24
Things That Are Normal
If Something Goes Wrong
Before You Call for Service
GE Service Numbers
Warranty
GE Answer Center ®
800.626.2000
GE Appliances
49-7362-1
2-98 CG
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Welcome
Welcome to the GE family. We’re
proud of our quality products and
we believe in dependable service.
You’ll see it in this easy-to-use
manual and you’ll hear it in the
friendly voices of our customer
service department.
Best of all, you’ll experience
these values each time you enjoy
the comfort of your air conditioner.
That’s important, because your
new air conditioner will be part of
your family for a long time.
Start Here!…Before using your air conditioner
Write down the model and serial
numbers here. They are on a label
on the front of the control box
behind the front grille.
Staple your receipt to the inside back
cover of this manual. You will need it
to obtain service under warranty.
Model number
Serial number
Date of purchase
Need Help?
Help us
help you
800.626.2000
Before you call for service,
there are a few things you
can do to help us serve you
better.
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Read this manual. It contains
instructions to help you use and
maintain your air conditioner
properly.
Save time and money. Check the
section titled “If Something Goes
Wrong” before calling. This section helps you to solve common
problems that might occur.
If you do need service, you can
relax knowing help is only a
phone call away. A list of toll-free
customer service numbers is
included in the back of this book.
Or call the GE Answer Center®
at 800.626.2000, 24 hours a day,
7 days a week.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
READ ALL SAFETY INFORMATION
BEFORE USING
• This air conditioner must be
properly installed in accordance
with the Installation Instructions
before it is used.
• Repair or replace immediately
all electric service cords that have
become frayed or otherwise
damaged.
Extension Cord
• Turn the mode control to OFF and
unplug your air conditioner before
making any repairs.
NOTE: We strongly recommend
that any servicing be performed by
a qualified individual.
The use of an extension cord is not
recommended. However, if an
extension cord is required to reach
the nearest wall receptacle, use only
a UL-listed, 3-wire, grounded, 14
gauge, 15A, 125V appliance extension cord.
CAUTION:
DO NOT use an extension cord with
any of the 208/230-volt models.
Adapter Plug
This is a temporary method.
UL-listed adapters are available at most hardware stores.
Because most 2-prong outlets are
not grounded, we strongly advise
against using an adapter plug.
However, a temporary connection
may be made where local codes
permit and if the 2-prong wall outlet is properly grounded.
When you plug the adapter in,
make sure the larger prong goes
into the larger slot to provide the
proper polarity for the power cord.
FOR PROPER GROUNDING:
1 Screw the adapter to the outlet,
using the outlet cover screw.
2 Ground the outlet through the house
wiring.
When disconnecting the power
cord from the adapter, hold the
adapter close to the outlet while
pulling the plug out. If this is not
done, the grounding connector is
likely to break with repeated use.
If the grounding connector breaks,
DO NOT USE the air conditioner
until a proper ground has again
been made.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Operating Instructions
LOW
FAN
ER
C
OFF
LOW
HEAT
ER
WA
OL
OFF
LOW
FAN
OL
ER
Temp Control
The temp control is used to maintain the
room temperature. The compressor will cycle
on and off to keep the room at the same level
of comfort. When you turn the knob to COOLER
(blue) the indoor air will become cooler. Turn
the knob to WARMER (red) and the indoor air
will become warmer.
HEAT PUMP MODELS
When the outdoor temperature is lower than
25°F., heat is provided by the electric heater in
the air conditioner instead of by the heat pump.
NOTE:
The electric resistance heater in the 115-volt
heat pump model operates during defrost when
the outdoor coil temperature is below 36°F. It is
not intended to provide full heat capability.
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HIGH
COOL
Your model will look like one of these.
LOW
COOL
HIGH
FAN
1
1
HIGH
FAN
LOW
COOL
HIGH
HEAT
CO
The
controls
on your
air
conditioner
MODE CONTROLS
O
RM
TEMP CONTROLS
HIGH
COOL
2
2
Mode Control
HIGH COOL and LOW COOL provide cooling with
different fan speeds.
HIGH HEAT and LOW HEAT provide heating with
different fan speeds.
LOW FAN or HIGH FAN provides air circulation
and filtering without cooling or heating.
NOTE:
If you move the switch from a cool or heat setting
to OFF or to a fan setting, wait at least 3 minutes
before switching back to a cool or heat setting.
A 3-minute delay is automatically provided on the
Heat/Cool and Heat Pump models.
Cooling/Heating Descriptions
FOR NORMAL COOLING
OR HEATING
Select HIGH COOL or HIGH
HEAT with the thermostat
at mid point.
FOR MAXIMUM COOLING
Select HIGH COOL with the
thermostat at maximum
cool.
FOR MAXIMUM HEATING
Select HIGH HEAT with the
thermostat at maximum
heat.
FOR QUIETER &
NIGHTTIME COOLING
Select LOW COOL or LOW
HEAT with the thermostat
at mid point.
Features and appearance may vary.
OPEN
Limits
heat
temp
Limits
cool
temp
CLOSE
Each position equals
approximately 3° F.
3
3
4
Fan Switch
5
5
6
Vent Control
On Heat/Cool models, the fan switch lever is
located in a hole through the control panel. To
reach it, you need to remove the front grille.
Use a small screwdriver to change the setting.
Cool only models have a rocker switch on the
front of the control box.
The vent control is located behind the front
grille. When set at CLOSE, only the air inside the
room will be circulated and conditioned. You
may adjust it by removing the front grille. When
set at OPEN, some inside air is exhausted outside.
When set at CYCLE (down) the fan cycles on and
off when cooling or heating. When set at CONT
(continuous, up) the fan runs all the time. The
unit is shipped in the CONT setting.
NOTE: The vent lever is taped in the CLOSE
position when it leaves the factory. Remove
the tape before using.
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6
Temperature Limiting
Limiting the maximum and minimum settings
prevents users from turning the control to the
extreme heat or cool positions.
The normal range of the temp control is approximately 60° F to 85° F. The control range may be
narrowed by the use of the temperature limiting
screws located behind the control panel.
Air Direction
Horizontal louvers on the front grille let you
control the air direction up and down.
Remove the front grille to adjust the vertical
louvers side-to-side to direct the air left or right.
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Operating Instructions
Care & Cleaning
Grille and Case
Turn the air conditioner off and
remove the plug from the wall outlet before cleaning.
The coils on the outdoor side of
the air conditioner should be
checked regularly. It is necessary to
remove the chassis from the wall
case to inspect them. Dirt build-up
occurs on the surface which is not
visible from the outside. If they are
clogged with dirt or soot they may
be professionally steam cleaned, a
service available through your GE
service outlet.
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To clean, use water and a mild
detergent. Do not use bleach or
abrasives.
Turn the air conditioner off before
cleaning.
The most important thing you can
do to maintain the air conditioner
is to clean the filter at least every 30
days. Clogged filters reduce cooling, heating and airflow.
Replace the clean filter by pushing
it back into place.
Keeping the filter clean will:
• Decrease cost of operation.
• Save energy.
• Prevent clogged heat exchanger
coils.
• Reduce the risk of premature
component failure.
To clean the air filter:
• Vacuum off the heavy soil.
• Run water through the filter
from the back side.
• Dry thoroughly before replacing.
Carefully pull the tab forward, up
and out.
CAUTION:
DO NOT operate the air conditioner
without the filter in place. If a filter
becomes torn or damaged it should
be replaced immediately.
Operating without the filter in
place or with a damaged filter will
allow dirt and dust to reach the
indoor coil and reduce the cooling,
heating, airflow and efficiency of
the unit.
Replacement filters are available
from your salesperson, GE dealer,
GE Service and Parts Center
or authorized Customer Care®
servicers.
Installation Instructions
Important Electrical Safety –Read Carefully
Installer: Leave these instructions with the appliance.
Owner: Keep these instructions for future use.
Important Notes
• For personal safety, this air conditioner must be
properly grounded.
• It is important to have the wall outlet and circuit
checked by a qualified electrician if there is any
doubt as to whether a proper ground exists.
• Follow National Electrical Code (NEC) or local
codes and ordinances.
CAUTION:
• Do not, under any circumstances, cut or remove
the third (ground) prong from the power cord.
• Do not change the plug on the power cord of this
air conditioner.
• Aluminum house wiring may present special
problems—consult a qualified electrician.
Electrical Requirements
We recommend that the 230/208-volt, 60 Hz
models be installed on their own single branch
circuit supplying 230/208-volt a.c., protected
with a time delay fuse or circuit breaker.
Parallel
115V.
15 Amp.
Perpendicular
230/208V.
20 Amp.
Tandem
230/208V.
15Amp.
This is recommended 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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The 115-volt models require a 115/120-volt a.c.,
60 Hz grounded outlet protected with a 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, it is your
responsibility to have it replaced with a properly
grounded 3-prong wall outlet.
Before you begin
AJES and AJHS models have filler panels. Directions begin below.
The installation instructions for AJCS models with accordion curtains
begin on page 17.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to remove the shipping pad inside the air conditioner next to the compressor.
• Phillips-head
screwdriver
• Wood saw
• Adjustable wrench
• Scissors or knife
• Level
• Ruler or tape
measure
• Pencil
• Drill
Installation Instructions
Read completely, then follow step-by-step
1
Window Requirements
• These instructions are for a standard doublehung window. You will need to modify them for
other types of windows.
• The air conditioner can be installed without
the filler panels if needed to fit in a narrow
window. See the window opening dimensions
to the right.
17² min.
31² to 43²
(With filler panels)
• All supporting parts must be secured to firm
wood, masonry or metal.
• The electrical outlet must be within reach of
the power cord.
2
Window opening dimensions are for a standard double-hung
window.
Storm Window Requirements
A storm window frame will not allow the air
conditioner to tilt towards the outside and will
keep it from draining properly. To adjust for this,
attach a piece of wood to the sill and the stool.
Wood
1/2² higher
than frame
Stool
Sill
Storm window
frame
10
261¤4² min.
(Without filler panels)
WOOD PIECES:
WIDTH: 2²
LENGTH: Long enough to fit inside the window
frame.
THICKNESS: To determine the thickness, place a
piece of wood on the stool to make it 1/2² higher
than the top of the storm window frame.
Attach securely with nails or screws provided by
the installer.
3
Remove the Air Conditioner From the Case
1 Remove the front grille. See the Care and
Cleaning section.
2 Find the locking plate located on the front
left side.
3 Remove the screw and the locking plate to
unlock the air conditioner.
Locking
plate
7 Remove the rear grille that is taped to the back
of the case. Remove the packet of screws taped
to the back of the grille. While holding the
grille at a 45° angle, insert it into the clips at
the top of the case and push the bottom in.
Keep slight upward pressure on the grille until
it fits flush with the bottom of the case.
If attaching the grille from the outside of the
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
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.
Remove
screw
5 Pull the bottom corners of the air conditioner
and slide it out of the case.
Insert the 2 short screws on the inside
6 Remove the shipping pad inside the air
conditioner next to the compressor.
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PAD
SHIP ON
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Shipping pad
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Installation Instructions
4
Prepare the Window
1 Mark the centerline of the stool. Measure
from the centerline 133¤8² on both sides for the
panel cuts.
2 Measure 123¤8² from the centerline on both
sides for the sill support brackets.
Centerline
Centerline
123¤8²
Stool
133¤8²
Sill
5
Install the Sill Supports
1 Assemble the sill supports. Do not fully tighten
the spacer mounting screws at this time.
Type B
Type E
2 Before attaching the sill supports, place them
on the window stool. Select the spacer position
that will place the spacer near the outermost
point on the sill. Tighten the spacer mounting
screws.
Spacer mounting screws
Type (A)
Sill support
Screws are in
position
Spacer
Sill support
“V” notch
Lock nut
Adjusting bolt
Large washer
Stool
(For use with wood sills)
Sill
Bolt
3 Turn the bolts and tighten the lock nuts to
make the sill supports level or tilt down 1/8²
to the outside. Line up the “V” notch with
123¤8² marks. Drill pilot holes and attach the
sill supports.
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NOTES:
• On narrow sills, there may not be enough room
to use the lock nut.
• A deep offset 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
from digging into the wood.
Measure, Cut and Install the Filler Panels
Installation Instructions
7
Install the Case in the Window
1 Peel off the backing from the bottom window
gasket.
2 Place the gasket on the stool and over the
brackets, even with the rear edge, sticky side
down.
4 Lower the window so it fits behind the panel
tabs. Insert the 4 type A screws through the
holes in the case and into the panel angles,
2 on each side.
Panel
tabs
Case
screws
Bottom window gasket
3 Carefully slide the empty case into the window
until the holes in the case line up with the
holes in the panel angles.
5 With the window closed, mark where the
window sash meets the case.
6 Peel off the backing from the case top gasket.
7 Hold on to the case, open the window, and
place the gasket along the mark on the case.
Case holes
Put the gasket on
top of the case
where the window
will close.
NOTES:
• The case should have a 1/8² minimum tilt
toward the outside.
• Be sure the seal gasket and panel gaskets
remain in position and do not roll with the case.
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7 Place the vinyl window gasket over the case top
gasket. Insert the panel tabs through the slits in
the gasket. Cut the gasket on each side to the
width of the window.
8 Close the window tightly on the vinyl gasket.
Bend the gasket forward to expose the panel
tabs. Drill pilot holes into the window sash.
Attach the panel tab to
the window on each side
with a type D screw.
Panel tab
Vinyl window
gasket
8
Install the Window Gasket and the Locking Bracket
1 Cut the foam top window gasket to the window
width.
3 Attach the window locking bracket with 1 type
E screw.
2 Stuff the foam between the glass and the
window to prevent air and insects from getting
into the room.
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Installation Instructions
Replace the Air Conditioner in the Case
1 Carefully slide the air conditioner back into
the case.
3 When the wall outlet is to the left, extend the
cord under the unit and hold it in place with
the 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.
5 Reattach the front grille. An opening for the
power cord is on the bottom of the front grille.
6 Fill holes and cracks with caulking provided by
the installer.
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For models with accordion curtains
Parts Included
Accordion curtain
(left)
Foam top window gasket
Top mounting rail
Window
locking
bracket
Accordion curtain
(right)
Sill channel
Air conditioner
Type A (6)
Type B (15)
Tools Needed
• Phillips-head screwdriver
• Scissors or knife
• Ruler or tape measure
• Pencil
• Level
• Drill
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Installation Instructions
Read carefully, then follow step-by-step
1
Window Requirements
• These instructions are for a standard doublehung window. You will need to modify them for
other types of windows.
• The air conditioner can be installed without
the accordion curtains if needed to fit in a
narrow window. See the window opening
dimensions to the right.
17² min.
29² to 49²
(With accordion curtains)
• All supporting parts must be secured to firm
wood, masonry or metal.
• The electrical outlet must be within reach of
the power cord.
2
Window opening dimensions are for a standard double-hung
window.
Storm Window Requirements
A storm window frame will not allow the air
conditioner to tilt towards the outside and will
keep it from draining properly. To adjust for this,
attach a piece of wood to the sill and the stool.
Wood
1/2² higher
than frame
Stool
Sill
Storm window
frame
18
261¤4² min.
(Without accordion curtains)
WOOD PIECES:
WIDTH: 2²
LENGTH: Long enough to fit inside the window
frame.
THICKNESS: To determine the thickness, place a
piece of wood on the stool to make it 1/2² higher
than the top of the storm window frame.
Attach securely with nails or screws provided by
the installer.
1 Remove the front grille. See the Care and
Cleaning section.
2 Find the locking plate located on the front
left side.
3 Remove the screw and the locking plate to
unlock the air conditioner.
6 Remove the rear grille that is taped to the back
of the case. Remove the packet of screws taped
to the back of the grille. While holding the
grille at a 45° angle, insert it into the clips at
the top of the case and push the bottom in.
Keep slight upward pressure on the grille until
it fits flush with the bottom of the case.
If attaching the grille from the outside of the
case use the 2 long screws.
4 Remove and discard the shipping screw on the
back of the air conditioner to allow removal of
the air conditioner from the case.
5 Pull the bottom corners of the air conditioner
and slide it out of the case.
If attaching the grille on the inside of the case
use the 2 short screws.
Installation Instructions
Read carefully, then follow step-by-step
4
Prepare the Case
1 Install the top mounting rail with type B screws.
2 Attach the sill channel with type B screws.
Align the holes on the bracket of the sill
channel with the holes in the case.
3 Slide the right and left accordion curtains into
the top mounting rail and sill channel. Secure
with type B screws.
Mounting rail
Align
holes
Sill channel
5
Install the Case in the Window
1 Open the window and center the case in the
window. Lower the window behind the top
mounting rail. This should provide a 1/8² tilt
toward the outside.
Case should have
a slight tilt down
to the outside.
Place the sill
channel into
the stool offset.
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2 Extend curtains and drill pilot holes in the side
of the window and the window sash. Attach the
curtains with 3 screws on each side.
Type A
screws
6
Install the Window Gasket and the Locking Bracket
1 Cut the foam top window gasket to the window
width.
2
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Installation Instructions
3 When the wall outlet is to the left, extend the
cord under the unit and hold it in place with
the clamp.
4 Reinstall the locking plate with the tab behind
the wall case flange. Tighten the screw.
Locking
plate
Power cord
Clamp
5 Reattach the front grille. An opening for the
power cord is on the bottom of the front grille.
6 Fill holes and cracks with caulking provided by
the installer.
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Through-the-Wall Installation
1
Preparation of the Opening in the Wall
2
Support Requirements for the Air Conditioner
Make certain a wall receptacle is available close to
the hole location or make arrangements to install
a receptacle.
The air conditioner wall case may be installed
flush with the inside wall or flush with the outside
wall.
The finished sides of the opening should be
structural wall members.
Lintel—Use a lintel in brick veneer and brick and
block types of wall to support the bricks or blocks
above the opening. Do not allow the wall case to
be used in lieu of a lintel.
Flashing—Install flashing (drip rail) as shown to
prevent water from dripping inside the wall and
down the outside of the building.
The cord length for the 115-volt models is 72² to
the right and 47² to the left. For the 230/208-volt
models the cord length is 65² to the right and 39²
to the left.
Plaster
line
Brick veneer
Lintel angle
(if required)
Trim
molding
(if desired)
Caulking
(on all
4 sides
on the
outside
of the
case)
Roomside
Flashing
(Drip rail)
Caulking
(above &
below the
flashing)
3
1/4² min. extension
inside the wall from
the trim moulding
Mortar and Caulking
Mortar between the case and the brick all around
the case may be undercut at about 45° for
improved caulking.
Inside
Top of
case
Caulking
Outside
Undercut
mortar
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Helpful Information
Things That Are Normal
Noise
Explanation
P I N G!
"CLICK"
DRIP
WHIR!
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You may hear a pinging noise caused by water being picked up
and thrown against the condenser on rainy days or when the
humidity is high. This design feature helps remove moisture
and improve efficiency.
You may hear the thermostat click when the compressor cycles
on and off.
Water will collect in the base pan during high humidity or on rainy
days. The water may overflow and drip from the outdoor side
of the unit.
The fan may run even when the compressor is not.
If Something Goes Wrong
Before You Call for Service
Problem
Possible Causes
What to Do
Air Conditioner
Doesn’t Start
The air conditioner
is unplugged
• Make sure the air conditioner plug is
pushed completely into the outlet.
The fuse is blown/circuit
breaker is tripped
• Check the house fuse/circuit breaker
box and replace fuse or reset the breaker.
Power failure
• If power failure occurs, turn the mode
control to OFF. When power is restored,
wait 3 minutes to restart the air conditioner
to 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 for the air
conditioner to resume heating or cooling.
Air Conditioner Does
Not Cool or Heat as
it Should
Airflow is restricted
• Make sure there are no curtains, blinds
or furniture blocking the front of the
air conditioner.
The temperature control
may not be set high
or low enough
• Turn the knob to a warmer or cooler setting.
The coolest setting provides maximum
cooling. The warmest setting provides
maximum heating on models with heat.
The air filter is dirty
• Clean the filter at least every 30 days.
See the Care and Cleaning section.
The room may have been hot
or cold
• When the air conditioner is first turned on
you need to allow time for the 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.
Air Conditioner
Freezing Up
Cooling coils have iced up
• See freezing up below.
Ice blocks the airflow
and stops the air conditioner
from cooling the room
• Set the mode control at HIGH FAN or
HIGH COOL with the temperature at a
warmer setting.
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Notes
26
Notes
27
Notes
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Service Contracts
800-626-2224
Parts and Accessories
800-626-2002
We provide expert repair service,
scheduled at a time that’s
convenient for you.
Our factory-trained technicians
know your appliance inside and out—
so most repairs can be handled in
just one visit.
With a service contract GE
Consumer Service will still be there
after your warranty expires.
With a multiple-year contract,
you’re assured of future service at
today’s prices.
Individuals qualified to service
their own appliances can have
parts or accessories sent directly
to their home.
Care and cleaning instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to be performed by any user.
Other servicing generally should be
referred to qualified service personnel. Caution must be exercised,
since improper servicing may cause
unsafe operation.
VISA, MasterCard and Discover
cards are accepted.
Further Service
If for some reason you
are not happy with the
service you receive, here
are three steps to follow
for further help.
First, contact the people who serviced your appliance. Explain why
you are not pleased.
Next, if you are still not pleased,
write all the details—including
your phone number—to:
Consumer Relations
GE Appliances
Louisville, KY 40225
Finally, if your problem is still
not resolved, write:
Major Appliance
Consumer Action Program
20 North Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606
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AIR
CONDITIONER
WARRANTY
Staple sales slip or cancelled check here. Proof of original purchase
date is needed to obtain service under warranty.
For service, call 800-GE-CARES.
What Is Covered
FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY
For one year from date of original purchase, we will provide, free of charge,
parts and service labor in your home to
repair or replace any part of the room air
conditioner that fails because of a manufacturing defect.
FULL FIVE-YEAR WARRANTY
For five years from the date of original
purchase, we will provide, free of charge,
parts and service labor in your home to
repair or replace any part of the sealed refrigerating system (the compressor, condenser,
evaporator and all connecting tubing)
that fails because of a manufacturing
defect.
What Is Not
Covered
• Service trips to your home to teach
you how to use the product.
• Improper installation.
If you have an installation problem,
or if the air conditioner is of
improper cooling capacity for the
intended use, contact your dealer
or installer. You are responsible for
providing adequate electrical
connecting facilities.
• Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers.
• In commercial locations labor necessary to move the unit to a location
where it is accessible for service by an
individual technician.
• Failure of the product resulting from
modifications to the product or due
to unreasonable use including failure
to provide reasonable and necessary
maintenance.
• Failure due to corrosion on models not
corrosion-protected.
• Damage to product caused by improper power supply voltage, accident, fire,
floods or acts of God.
• Incidental or consequential damage to
personal property caused by possible
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 in your state, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state’s Attorney General.
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