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Power
Cool
Fan
Delay Hrs
On
Mode
Hi
Med
Low
On
Off
Off
Mode
Temp
On
Temp
Reset
Filter
Delay
Hrs
Power
On/Off
High
Med
Low
Off
Remote Control
Air Conditioner Controls
Controls
Fan
Cool
Lights beside the touch pads on the air conditioner
control panel indicate the selected settings.
1. Power On/Off
Turns air conditioner on and off.
2. Display
Displays the temperature setting. Displays hours when
setting the timer.
3. Mode
On the remote control, use to set the air conditioner to
Cool or Fan mode.
On the air conditioner controls, use to set Cool or Fan
mode at High, Med or Low fan speed. Indicator lights on
the air conditioner controls will show the mode and fan
speed selected.
4. Temp Increase + /Decrease – Pads
Use to set temperature when in COOL mode.
5. Fan Speeds
Use to set the fan speed at Low, Med or High.
To cancel the Delay Timer, press the On pad until “CL”
appears. Then wait until the display turns off.
2II³When the air conditioner is on, it can be set to
automatically turn off in half an hour to 24 hours. Each
touch will set the time in half hours up to 10 and then in
hours up to 24.
To cancel the Delay Timer, press the Off pad until “CL”
appears and wait for the set temperature to be displayed.
The unit will now resume normal operation.
7. Reset Filter
LED will turn on when fan has accumulated 250 hours of
run time as a reminder to clean filter. Press Reset Filter to
turn off the LED and reset the accumulated run time.
8. Remote Control Signal Receiver
NOTE: When the air conditioner is turned on, it will
automatically start in the setting last used.
6. Delay Hrs
2Q³When the air conditioner is off, it can be set to
automatically turn on in half an hour to 24 hours at its
previous setting. Each touch will set the time in half hours
up to 10 and then in hours up to 24.
Remote Control
„
To ensure proper operation, aim the remote control at the
signal receiver on the air conditioner.
„
Make sure nothing is between the air conditioner and the
remote control that could block the signal.
„
The remote control signal has a range of up to 21 feet.
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Cool Mode
Remote Control
1. Press Cool pad.
2. Press Low, Med or High pads to set desired fan speed.
3. Press the Increase +/ Decrease –pads to set the desired
temperature 60°F to 85°F in 1°F increments.
Control Panel
1. Press the Mode pad until the Cool indicator light is lit and the Low,
Med or High indicator light is lit for the desired fan speed.
2. Press the Increase + / Decrease – pads to set the desired
temperature 60°F to 85°F in 1°F increments.
A thermostat is used to maintain the room temperature. The
compressor will cycle on and off to keep the room at the set level of
comfort. Set the thermostat at a lower number and the indoor air will
become cooler.
Set the thermostat at a higher number and the indoor air will become
warmer.
NOTE: If the air conditioner is off and is then turned on while set to
Cool, it will take approximately 3 minutes for the compressor to start
and cooling to begin.
Cooling Descriptions
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a middle set temperature.
)RU0D[LPXP&RROLQJ³Select the Cool mode and HIGH fan with a
lower set temperature.
)RU4XLHWHUDQG1LJKWWLPH&RROLQJ³Select the Cool mode and Low
fan with a middle set temperature.
NOTE: If you switch from a Cool setting to Off or to a fan setting,
wait at least 3 minutes before switching back to a Cool setting.
FAN MODE
Use the Fan mode to provide air circulation and filtering without
cooling. Since fan-only settings do not provide cooling, a temperature
setting will not be displayed.
Remote Control
Press Fan pad. Press Low, Med or High pads to set desired fan speed.
Control Panel
Press the Mode pad until the Fan indicator light is lit and the Low, Med
or High indicator light is lit for the desired fan speed.
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Cool
Fan
Heat
On
Off
Hi
Low
Timer
On
Off
Fan
Mode
Temp
Power
On/Off
Air Conditioner Controls
Controls
Remote Control
Lights beside the touch pads on the air conditioner
control panel indicate the selected settings.
1. ON/OFF
Turns air conditioner on and off.
2. Display
Displays the temperature setting. Displays hours when
setting the timer.
6. TIMER
21³When the air conditioner is off, it can be set to
automatically turn on in half an hour to 24 hours at its
previous setting. Each touch will set the time in half hours
up to 10 and then in hours up to 24.
3. MODE
To cancel the On Timer, press the ON pad until “CL”
appears. Then wait until the display turns off.
4. TEMP Increase + /Decrease – Pads
2))³When the air conditioner is on, it can be set to
automatically turn off in half an hour to 24 hours. Each
touch will set the time in half hours up to 10 and then in
hours up to 24.
On the air conditioner controls, use to set COOL, HEAT or
FAN mode. Indicator lights on the air conditioner controls
will show the mode selected.
Use to set temperature when in COOL or HEAT mode.
5. FAN Speeds
Use to set the fan speed at LOW or HIGH. Indicator lights
will show the speed selected.
To cancel the Off Timer, press the OFF pad until “CL”
appears and wait for the set temperature to be displayed.
The unit will now resume normal operation.
7. Remote Control Signal Receiver
NOTE: When the air conditioner is turned on, it will
automatically start in the setting last used.
Remote Control
„
To ensure proper operation, aim the remote control at the
signal receiver on the air conditioner.
„
Make sure nothing is between the air conditioner and the
remote control that could block the signal.
„
The remote control signal has a range of up to 21 feet.
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COOL MODE
Remote Control
1. Press COOL pad.
2. Press LOW or HIGH pads to set desired fan speed.
3. Press the ,1&5($6('(&5($6(²pads to set the desired
temperature 60°F to 85°F in 1°F increments.
Control Panel
Set the thermostat at a higher number and the indoor air will become
warmer.
NOTE: If the air conditioner is off and is then turned on while set to
COOL, it will take approximately 3 minutes for the compressor to start
and cooling to begin.
Cooling Descriptions
1. Press the MODE pad until the COOL indicator light is lit.
)RU1RUPDO&RROLQJ³Select the COOL mode and HIGH fan with a
middle set temperature.
2. Press the FAN pad until HIGH or LOW indicator light is lit for desired
fan speed.
)RU0D[LPXP&RROLQJ³Select the COOL mode and HIGH fan with a
lower set temperature.
3. Press the,1&5($6('(&5($6(²pads to set the desired
temperature 60°F to 85°F in 1°F increments.
)RU4XLHWHUDQG1LJKWWLPH&RROLQJ³Select the COOL mode and LOW
fan with a middle set temperature.
A thermostat is used to maintain the room temperature. The
compressor will cycle on and off to keep the room at the set level of
comfort. Set the thermostat at a lower number and the indoor air will
become cooler.
NOTE: There will be a 3-minute delay between setting changes such
as COOL to OFF and back to COOL.
HEAT MODE
Remote Control
1. Press HEAT pad.
2. Press LOW or HIGH pads to set desired fan speed.
3. Press the ,1&5($6('(&5($6(²pads to set the desired
temperature 60°F to 85°F in 1°F increments.
Control Panel
Set the thermostat at a lower number and the indoor air will become
cooler.
NOTE: If the air conditioner is off and is then turned on while set to
HEAT, it will take approximately 1 minute for the heater to start and
heating to begin.
Heating Descriptions
1. Press the MODE pad until the HEAT indicator light is lit.
)RU1RUPDO+HDWLQJ³Select the Heat mode and HIGH fan with a
middle set temperature.
2. Press the FAN pad until HIGH or LOW indicator light is lit for desired
fan speed.
)RU0D[LPXP+HDWLQJ³Select the HEAT mode and HIGH fan with a
higher set temperature.
3. Press the ,1&5($6('(&5($6(²pads to set the desired
temperature 60°F to 85°F in 1°F increments.
)RU4XLHWHUDQG1LJKWWLPH+HDWLQJ³Select the HEAT mode and LOW
fan with a middle set temperature.
A thermostat is used to maintain the room temperature. The heater will
cycle on and off to keep the room at the set level of comfort. Set the
thermostat at a higher number and the indoor air will become warmer.
FAN
Use the FAN to provide air circulation and filtering without cooling or
heating. Since fan only settings do not provide cooling or heating, a
temperature setting will not be displayed.
Remote Control
Press FAN pad. Press LOW or HIGH pads to set desired fan speed.
Control Panel
Press the MODE pad until the FAN indicator light is lit and the LOW or
HIGH indicator light is lit for the desired fan speed.
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About the controls on the air conditioner
Vent Control
The vent control is located behind the front grille on the right side of the
air discharge area. When CLOSED, only the air inside the room will be
circulated and conditioned. When OPEN, the vent allows outdoor fresh
air exchange.
The unit leaves the factory set at the CLOSE position.
Locating hole
To open or close the vent:
1. Remove the front grille.
2. Remove the vent card screw.
3. Remove vent card, turn it over and replace it by locating rear hole in
card over locating pin inside air discharge and reattaching screw at
front.
Screw hole
Locating hole
Screw hole
OPEN position
(Mesh end toward back)
CLOSE position
(Mesh end toward front)
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.
Cool Only Models
Auxiliary Controls – Dip Switches (location varies by model)
Fan Cycle/Continuous - Cool
ON
The auxiliary dip switch controls are located behind the
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COOL
FAN
The owner is responsible for checking switches and
ensuring they are in the desired position.
HIGH
MED
ON
MODE
OFF
TIMER
ON OFF
TEMP
SLEEP
-
+
ON
OFF
Filter Reminder
Function
Fan Cycle/Continuous - Cool
Fan Cycle/Continuous - Cool
ON
When this switch is enabled (RIGHT), it allows the indoor
fan to cycle on/off with the compressor. When this
switch is disabled (LEFT), it allows the indoor fan to run
continuously. The default setting is right (fan cycle).
Filter Reminder Funtion
Heat/Cool Models
Auxiliary Controls – Dip Switches (location varies by model)
The auxiliary dip switch controls are located behind the
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The owner is responsible for checking switches and
ensuring they are in the desired position.
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Filter Reminder Function
ON
When this switch is enabled (RIGHT), an LED will light
up the user interface after 250 of accumulated fan run
time. It serves as a reminder to clean the filter. When
this switch is disabled (LEFT), the function is disabled.
The default setting is right (enabled).
Fan Cycle/Continuous - Cool
Fan Cycle/
Continuous - Heat
Class 2
No function (reserved
for future use)
Fan Cycle/Continuous - Cool
When this switch is enabled (UP), it allows the indoor fan to cycle
on/off with the compressor. When this switch is disabled (DOWN),
it allows the indoor fan to run continuously. The default setting is
DOWN (continuous).
Fan Cycle/Continuous - Cool
Fan Cycle/Continuous - Heat
Fan Cycle/Continuous - Heat
When this switch is enabled (UP), it allows the indoor fan to cycle
on/off with the heater operation. When this switch is disabled
(DOWN), it allows the indoor fan to run continuously. The default
setting is UP (cyclic).
Class 2 - Remote Thermostat
Class 2
When this switch is enabled (UP), it allows the unit to operate with
a Class 2 Remote Control Wall Thermostat. The unit controls are
disabled. The default setting is DOWN (disabled).
Terminal Connections Remote Thermostat - Class 2 (on some models)
The controls are located under a plastic cover behind the front
grille.
Terminal
connections
location
under front
grille
1. Remove the front grille. See the Front Grille section of Care
and Cleaning.
2. Remove the screws securing the plastic cover over the wiring
connections. Set aside screws and plastic cover.
3. To make wiring connections, insert the wires into the bottom
of the terminals and tighten screws securely.
4. After all desired connections have been made, replace the
plastic cover and front grille.
The owner is responsible for making all connections and setting
the appropriate dip switches.
When connected, the unit will be controlled by a remote
thermostat.
NOTE: The number 3 dip switch must be in the enabled (UP)
position to activate the remote thermostat. (See the installation
instructions supplied with the remote thermostat.)
IMPORTANT:
The thermostat connections provide 24 V AC only.
If using a digital/electronic wall thermostat, ensure it is
compatible with 24 VAC signal. See the Installation Instructions
for the wall thermostat.
NOTICE:
Damage to a wall thermostat or to the electronics can result
from improper connections. Special care must be used in
connecting the wires. No line voltage connections should be
made to any circuit. Isolate all wires in building from line voltage.
Red - 24 V AC only
Green - Low Speed Fan
Green - High Speed Fan
No Function
(reserved for furture use)
Yellow - Compressor
White - Heater
Common - Ground
No Function
(reserved for furture use)
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Care and cleaning of the air conditioner.
Grille and Case
Turn the air conditioner off and remove the plug from the
wall outlet before cleaning.
To clean, use water and a mild detergent.
Do not use bleach or abrasives.
Outdoor Coils
The coils on the outdoor side of the air conditioner should be
checked regularly.
If they are clogged with dirt or soot they may be professionally
steam cleaned, a service available through your GE service
outlet.
Front Grille
The front grille can be removed for more thorough cleaning and
to locate the model and serial numbers on the front of the base
pan.
3. Pull the grille out from the bottom and lift up
from the tabs on the top of the case.
Grille
To remove:
1. Pull the filter out.
2. Remove the two grille screws.
Tab
On some models
To replace:
Hook the tabs on the front grille even with the tabs on the case
and snap into place.
On some models
Replace the screws and filter.
Grille
Tab
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To maintain optimum performance, clean the filter at least every 30 days.
Air Filter
FRONT
FRONT
To remove the air filter, on other models:
Pull it down.
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reduces cooling, heating
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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. A clogged
filter reduces cooling, heating and air flow.
Keeping the air filter clean will:
„ Decrease cost of operation.
„ Save energy.
To replace the air filter:
Replace the clean filter by pushing it back
into place.
„ Prevent clogged heat exchanger coils.
„ Reduce the risk of premature component failure.
To clean the air filters:
„ Vacuum off the heavy soil.
„ Run water through the filters.
„ Dry thoroughly before replacing.
To remove the air filter, on some models:
Carefully pull the tab forward, up and out.
NOTICE: 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.
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Care and cleaning of the air conditioner.
How to Insert the Batteries in the Remote Control
1. Remove the battery cover by sliding it according to the
arrow direction.
2. Insert new batteries making sure that the (+) and (–) of
battery are installed correctly.
3. Reattach the cover by sliding it back into position.
NOTES:
„
Use 2 AAA (1.5 volt) batteries. Do not use rechargeable
batteries.
„
Remove the batteries from the remote control if the system
is not going to be used for a long time.
„
Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix alkaline,
standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (ni-cad, ni-mh, etc)
batteries.
Long Term Storage
When the room air conditioner is not in use it is recommended
that the unit be covered to eliminate drafts and limit energy
loss.
Insulated covers that mount to the front of the unit, that are
designed to eliminate drafts and energy loss are recommended.
Approximate size of indoor cover should be 26 in * 16 in. * 7 in..
Unplug the unit before adding the cover. Follow cover
manufacturer’s installation instruction to install cover.
Cover should be removed prior to running the unit.
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