GE | AZ65H07DAC | Installation instructions | GE AZ65H07DAC Installation Instructions

Air Conditioners
®
Zoneline
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
Operating Instructions
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Air Direction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
To Remove the Room Cover . . . . . . . . 6
Ventilation Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Auxiliary Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
Remote Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Care and Cleaning
Base Pan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Outdoor Coils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Room Cover and Case . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Ventilation Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Air Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Installation Instructions
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Replacing an Existing Unit . . . . . . . . . 15
Electrical Connection . . . . . . . . . . .16-18
Installing the Zoneline . . . . . . . . . 19, 20
Optional Drain Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Troubleshooting Tips . . . . . 22, 23
Normal Operating Sounds . . . . . . . . . 24
Owner’s Manual and
Installation Instructions
AZ45
AZ65
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Consumer Support
Ownership Registration . . . . . . . . 25, 26
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Consumer Support . . . . . . . . Back Cover
Write the model and serial
numbers here:
Model # ___________________
Serial # ____________________
Find these numbers on a label
behind the room cover on the
base pan.
49-7756 02-16 GE
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
SAFETY INFORMATION
This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others. All safety
messages will follow the safety alert symbol and the word “DANGER”, “WARNING”, or “CAUTION”. These words are defined as:
DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
WARNING
For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion, electric shock,
or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss of life.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
■ This Zoneline must be properly installed in
accordance with the Installation Instructions before it
is used. See the Installation Instructions in the back
of this manual.
Replacing an existing unit?
For details, see the Installation Instructions in this
manual.
■ Immediately replace all electric service cords that
have become frayed or otherwise damaged. A
damaged power supply cord must be replaced with a
new power supply cord obtained from the
manufacturer and not repaired. Do not use a cord
that shows cracks or abrasion damage along its
length or at either the plug or connector end.
■ Unplug or disconnect the Zoneline at the fuse box or
circuit breaker before making any repairs.
NOTE: We strongly recommend that any servicing be
performed by a qualified individual.
■ These R410A air conditioning systems require
contractors and technicians to use tools, equipment
and safety standards approved for use with this
refrigerant. DO NOT use equipment certified for R22
refrigerant only.
READ AND FOLLOW THIS SAFETY INFORMATION CAREFULLY.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ IMPORTANTES
LISEZ TOUTES LES INSTRUCTIONS AVANT L’UTILISATION
SAFETY INFORMATION
Ce symbole représente une alerte de sécurité. Ce symbole vous avise de dangers potentiels pouvant causer, à vous ou autrui, des blessures graves ou fatales. Tous les messages de sécurité seront précédés du symbole d’alerte de sécurité ainsi que
des mots « DANGER », « AVERTISSEMENT » ou « ATTENTION ». Ces messages sont les suivants :
DANGER
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Signale une situation qui présente un danger imminent et qui, si elle n’est pas évitée, peut entraîner des bles-
ATTENTION sures légères ou modérément graves.
AVERTISSEMENT
Pour votre sécurité, veuillez observer les consignes de ce manuel afin de réduire le risque d’incendie, d’explosion, de choc
électrique, de dommages à la propriété ou de blessures, graves ou fatales.
MESURES DE SÉCURITÉ
■ Avant son utilisation, ce climatiseur Zoneline doit
être installé correctement en conformité avec les
instructions d’installation. Consultez les instructions
d’installation au dos de ce manuel.
Vous remplacez un climatiseur existant?
Pour de plus amples renseignements, veuillez consulter
les instructions d’installation de ce manuel.
■ Remplacez immédiatement tous les cordons
électriques usés ou autrement endommagés. Un
cordon électrique endommagé ne doit pas être
réparé, il doit être remplacé par un cordon neuf
acquis auprès du fabricant. N’utilisez pas un cordon
qui présente des fissures ou des marques d’abrasion
sur sa longueur, sa fiche ou sa connexion.
■ Débranchez le climatiseur Zoneline ou coupez le
courant à la boîte de fusibles ou au disjoncteur avant
d’effectuer une réparation.
REMARQUE : Nous recommandons vivement que
les réparations soient effectuées par une personne
qualifiée en la matière.
■ Les outils, les équipements et les normes de sécurité
utilisés par les entrepreneurs et les techniciens
doivent être approuvés en fonction du fluide
frigorigène dont le système de climatisation R410A du
Zoneline est équipé. N’UTILISEZ PAS d’équipements
certifiés relativement au fluide frigorigène R22
seulement.
VEUILLEZ LIRE ET OBSERVER CES CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ ATTENTIVEMENT.
CONSERVEZ CES INSTRUCTIONS
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INFORMACIÓN IMPORTANTE DE SEGURIDAD
LEA TODAS LAS INSTRUCCIONES ANTES DE USAR
INFORMACIÓN DE SEGURIDAD
Éste es el símbolo de alerta de seguridad. El mismo alerta sobre potenciales riesgos de muerte o lesiones tanto para usted
con para otras personas. Todos los mensajes de seguridad estarán a continuación del símbolo de alerta de seguridad y con la
palabra “PELIGRO”, “ADVERTENCIA” o “PRECAUCIÓN”. Estas palabras se definen como:
PELIGRO
Indica una situación de riesgo que, si no se evita, resultará en la muerte o en lesiones graves.
ADVERTENCIA Indica una situación de riesgo que, si no se evita, puede resultar en la muerte o en lesiones graves.
PRECAUCIÓN Indica una situación de riesgo que, si no se evita, puede resultar en lesiones menores o moderadas.
ADVERTENCIA
Para su seguridad, se debe seguir la información de este manual para minimizar el riesgo de incendio o explosión,
descargas eléctricas, o para evitar daños a la propiedad, lesiones personales o la muerte.
PRECAUCIONES DE SEGURIDAD
■ Antes de iniciar su uso, el acondicionador de aire
Zoneline debe instalarse correctamente según las
Instrucciones de instalación. Ver las Instrucciones de
instalación en la parte trasera de este manual.
¿Desea reemplazar una unidad ya instalada?
Para más detalles, ver las Instrucciones de instalación
en este manual.
■ Reemplace inmediatamente todos los cables
eléctricos que se haya pelado o que se hayan
dañado de alguna otra manera. Un cable de
corriente dañado no debe repararse, sino que debe
ser sustituido por uno nuevo que se adquiera del
fabricante. No use un cable eléctrico que muestre
evidencias de deterioro o daños de abrasión en
su superficie o en cualquiera de sus enchufes o
extremos.
■ Desenchufe o desconecte el Zoneline desde la caja
de fusibles o el disyuntor antes de realizar cualquier
tipo de reparación.
NOTA: Recomendamos enérgicamente que cualquier
servicio llevado a cabo en este equipo lo realice un
individuo calificado.
■ Los sistemas de acondicionador de aire R410A
requieren que los contratistas y técnicos utilicen
herramientas, equipamiento y normas de seguridad
aprobadas para su uso con este refrigerante.
NO utilice equipamiento certificado sólo para
refrigerante R22.
LEA Y SIGA ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD CUIDADOSAMENTE.
GUARDE ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES
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About the controls on your Zoneline
Controls
Temp Control
The temp control is used to maintain the room temperature. The
system will cycle on and off to keep the room at the same level of
comfort.
Press the + pad to raise the temperature.
Press the - pad to lower the temperature.
NOTE: The display shows the set temperature, not the room
temperature.
Fan, Mode and Operation Control
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)$1³For fan-only operation
+($7³For heating
2))³Turns the unit off. Power remains connected to the
Zoneline. The Freeze/Heat Sentinel features still function if
active. See the Freeze/Heat Sentinel section on page 8.
86(:$//7+(50267$7³ This LED will light up when the unit is
controlled by a wall thermostat. See page 9 for details.
Control Lock Out
The control panel can be locked out to prevent users from
changing the operation mode of the unit.
While the unit is in the desired operating mode, press and hold
the DISPLAY SHOW/HIDE button for 10 seconds to lock the
control and the desired setting. Any key press after that will result
in the mode LED and temperature that was locked to flash 5
times and then go dormant.
To unlock the control lock out feature, press the DISPLAY SHOW/
HIDE button for 10 seconds to unlock and resume normal
operation.
NOTE: The temperature display will flash if the control panel is
locked (see Control Lock Out section).
NOTE: When switching between modes, it may take several
minutes to completely change operation.
Quick Heat Recovery
Activates each time the thermostat is switched from OFF or
COOL mode to HEAT mode. Electric heaters are energized until
the thermostat set point is reached. On heat pump models, the
heat pump operation will resume at the next call for heat.
About Your Heat Pump (AZ65 only)
Heat pumps can save money by removing heat from the outside
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releasing that heat indoors.
To get the best energy performance from your heat pump, don’t
change the room thermostat by more than one degree at one
time. Raising the heat setting 2–3 degrees will cause the Zoneline
to use its electric heating elements in order to reach the new
temperature setting quickly.
There is a 3-minute minimum compressor run time at any setting
to prevent short cycling.
The fans start before the compressor and stop after the
compressor cycles off.
When the outdoor temperature is lower than 25°F, heat is
provided by the electric heater instead of by the heat pump.
The electric heating elements use more electricity than heat
pumps and cost more to operate.
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Other features of your Zoneline
To Remove the Room Front
Additional controls are located behind the room cover.
To remove: Pull out at the bottom to release it from the holding
tabs on the sides (1). Then lift up (2).
To replace: Align and place the top rail of the room cover over the
chassis (1). Push inward at the bottom until it snaps into place (2).
Air Direction
To change the air direction, remove the room cover. Remove the
4 louver screws that hold the louver insert in place. Rotate the
louver 180°, reinstall and replace the screws and the room cover.
Louver screws
Factory Shipped Louver Orientation
(airflow @ 45° from horizontal)
Modified Louver Orientation
(airflow @ 85° from horizontal)
Ventilation Control*
NOTE: Two shipping screws must be removed from the vent door
before use. See the Installation Instructions in the back of this
manual. If you do not plan to use the ventilation feature, leave the
two screws in place.
The ventilation control lever is located at the lower left side of the
Zoneline unit, behind the room cover. The position of the lever
can be adjusted with the wing nut.
Remove the
shipping screws
(if operation is
desired)
When set at the closed position, only the air inside the room is
circulated and filtered.
When set in an open position, some outdoor air will be drawn into
the room. This will reduce the heating or cooling efficiency.
Energy Tip: Keep the vent control in the closed position to prevent
unconditioned air from entering the room.
* Not on Make Up Air Module
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Vent Control
Auxiliary controls on your Zoneline
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While the unit is preset to what most customers prefer,
the auxiliary controls located behind the room cover,
below the control panel.
Red
Aux Set
Button
Remove the room cover. See the To Remove the Room
Cover section.
If the owner modifies the auxiliary controls it is then the
owner is responsible for ensuring the auxiliary controls
are set to the desired function. There are 10 different
modes that can be set using the auxiliary set button.
To change operating or set up parameters, first go to
the mode control and turn the unit off, then, press the
red AUX SET button (“AU” appears on the display).
Press the mode button on the control pad until the first
digit in the display shows the number corresponding to
the mode you are choosing and the correct HEAT/COOL
LED is lit.
Press the +/- button to make the mode setting
selection where applicable (shown in the second digit of
the display).
Temperature
Display
Press the red AUX SET button to lock in the selection,
and exit AUX SET mode.
(AZ65 Only)
(AZ65 Only)
MODE 1
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Press MODE until a 1 appears in the first digit of the
display for Smart Fan cool mode. The COOL LED light
on the main control will be on. To change to heat mode,
press MODE again. The HEAT LED light on the main
control will be lit.
Press the - pad to set the indoor fan to cycle on/off in
the heating or cooling mode selected “ .”
Press the + pad to set the indoor fan to run continuously
in the heating or cooling mode selected “ .”
Press AUX SET to confirm your selection and exit AUX
SET mode, or press MODE to continue setting other
functions.
The default setting for Mode 1 is as follows:
Cooling: Continuous (ON)
Heating: Cycle (OFF)
*Note: In cyclic cooling mode, the indoor fan will activate occasionally
to verify air temperature in the room. In cyclic heating mode, the fan will
continue to operate for several seconds after the heating function has
stopped in order to increase unit efficiency.
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Auxiliary controls on your Zoneline
MODE 2
Fahrenheit / Celsius
This feature allows the individual to switch the temperature
units between Fahrenheit and Celsius on the display.
Press MODE until a 2 appears in the first digit of the display
for Fahrenheit/Celsius mode.
°F
°C
Press the - pad to select Celsius or the + pad to select
Fahrenheit. The individual will see an F for Fahrenheit or a
C for Celsius in the second digit of the display based on the
selection.
The default setting for Mode 2 is Fahrenheit.
MODE 3 Freeze Sentinel/Heat Sentinel
With power to the unit and Freeze Sentinel activated, the
unit automatically provides heat without user interface.
This prevents potential plumbing damage by turning the
heater and indoor fan ON at 41ºF and then OFF once the
room temperature reaches 46ºF.
When Heat Sentinel is activated, the unit automatically
provides cooling without user interface. This prevents an
excessively hot room by turning the air conditioner ON at
85ºF and then OFF once the room temperature reaches
80ºF.
Press MODE until a 3 appears in the first digit of the display
for Freeze Sentinel mode. The COOL LED light on the main
control will be on. Press MODE again to change to the Heat
Sentinel. The HEAT LED light on the main control will be on.
Press the - pad for OFF “ “ or the + pad for ON “ “. This
is shown in the second digit of the display. Press AUX SET
to lock in your selection, and exit AUX SET mode, or press
MODE to continue setting other functions.
In the default setting for Mode 3, Heat Sentinel is off,
Freeze Sentinel is on.
NOTE: These functions are active whenever the unit is
plugged in, even if the unit is turned off.
Freeze Sentinel OFF
Freeze Sentinel ON
Heat Sentinel OFF
Heat Sentinel ON
MODE 4 Constant ON Fan
Press MODE until a 4 appears in the first digit of the
display to set the fan to run continuously at high
speed - even if the unit is turned off.
Press the - pad for OFF “ “ or the + pad for
ON “ .” This is shown in the second digit of the display.
Press AUX SET to lock in your selection and exit AUX SET
mode, or press MODE to continue setting other functions.
The default setting for Mode 4 is OFF.
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Constant
Fan OFF
Constant
Fan ON
Auxiliary controls on your Zoneline
MODE 5 Temperature Limiting
Temperature limiting is a feature that reduces energy
costs by limiting the lowest temperature that can be
obtained in cooling and the highest temperature that can
be obtained in heating.
Press MODE until a 5 appears in the first digit of the
display for Temperature Limiting cool mode. The COOL
LED light on the main control will be lit. To change to heat
mode, press MODE again and the HEAT LED light on the
main control will be lit.
To set the temperature limits, press the + or - pad .
The second digit of the display will be between 0 and 7
depending on the limit you want to set. The chart shows
the limits available. Press AUX SET to lock in your selection
and exit AUX SET mode, or press MODE to continue
setting other functions.
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0 = 60°F to 85°F
1 = 64°F to 85°F
2 = 66°F to 85°F
3 = 68°F to 85°F
4 = 70°F to 85°F
5 = 72°F to 85°F
6 = 74°F to 85°F
7 = 76°F to 85°F
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0 = 60°F to 65°F
1 = 60°F to 70°F
2 = 60°F to 72°F
3 = 60°F to 74°F
4 = 60°F to 76°F
5 = 60°F to 78°F
6 = 60°F to 80°F
7 = 60°F to 85°F
Temperature Limiting Cool – Limit 2
Temperature Limiting Heat – Limit 5
The default setting for Mode 5 is as follows:
Cool: 2 (66ºF to 85ºF)
Heat: 5 (60ºF to 78ºF)
MODE 6
MODE 7
Use Wall Thermostat
Setting this mode to ON will allow the unit to operate
with a Class 2 Remote Control Wall Thermostat.
Press MODE until a 6 appears in the first digit of the
display for Class 2 mode.
Press the + pad to turn the option OFF “ .” Press the
+ pad to turn this option ON “ ”. This is shown in the
second digit of the display. Press AUX SET to lock in your
selection and exit AUX SET mode, or press MODE to
continue setting other functions.
The default setting for Mode 6 is OFF.
When this mode is active, the display will show “Use Wall
Thermostat” when any key is pressed.
Class 2 OFF
Class 2 ON
Duct Mode
This setting is used when the unit is installed with a
duct adapter kit. If the unit is ducted, the Duct Mode
needs to be set to ON. This increases the fan speed to
ensure proper circulation.
Press MODE until a 7 appears in the first digit of the
display. Press the + or - pad to set this switch to OFF
“ “ or ON “ .” This is shown in the second digit of
the display. Press AUX SET to lock in your selection and
exit AUX SET mode.
For Model AZ65, press MODE to continue setting other
functions. Pressing MODE on Model AZ45 will return
you to AUX SET mode and an “AU” will appear in the
display.
The default setting for Mode 7 is OFF.
Duct Mode OFF
Duct Mode ON
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Auxiliary controls on your Zoneline
MODE 8
All-Electric Heat (AZ65 only)
This electric heat option functions only on the AZ65 model.
When this option is ON “ ,” heat pump operation
is locked out, causing the unit to provide only electric
resistance heat.
To set All-Electric Heat option, press MODE until an 8
appears in the first digit of the display. Press the + or - pad
to set this switch to OFF “ “ or ON “ .” This is shown in
the second digit of the display.
Press AUX SET to lock in your selection and exit AUX SET
mode, or press MODE to continue setting other functions.
All-Electric
Heat OFF
All-Electric
Heat ON
The default setting for Mode 8 is OFF.
MODE 9
Heat Boost (AZ65 only)
When Heat Boost is ON and outside temperatures
are between 25ºF and 46ºF, supplementary electric
heat to the heat pump operation to help maintain a
consistent, comfortable room temperature.
To set Heat Boost, press MODE until a 9 appears in the
first digit of the display. Press the + or - pad to set this
switch to OFF “
“ or ON “
.” This is shown in the
second digit of the display. Press AUX SET to lock in
your selection and exit AUX SET mode.
The default setting for Mode 9 is OFF.
Heat Boost OFF
Heat Boost ON
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The auxiliary control terminal connects are located
behind the room cover beneath the access cover.
Turn off and unplug the unit.
1
Remove the room cover. See the To Remove the
2 Room
Cover section.
To make wiring connections, insert the connectors
3 into
the appropriate terminals on the control box.
After all desired connections have been made,
4 replace
the access cover and room cover.
The owner is responsible for making all connections and
setting the appropriate AUX SET mode.
NOTICE:
Improper wiring may damage the Zoneline electronics.
No common busing is permitted. Damage or erratic
operation may result. A separate wire pair must be run
from each separate controlling switch to each individual
Zoneline.
Red
Aux Set
Button
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Auxiliary controls on your Zoneline
CDC Switch
External Fan (Field Installed)
R
When connected, an auxiliary or external fan can be controlled
with the indoor fan motor on the Zoneline. Connections provide
24 V AC to energize a remote relay.
CDC
E. Fan
The RAKCDC accessory must be used when using an external
fan.
Central Desk Control (Field Supplied)
R
The Central Desk Control is a feature that allows the unit to be
made operable/inoperable from a remote location. Operation
of the feature requires that an ON-OFF switch at the remote
location be wired to the two CDC terminals on the control panel
of the Zoneline. When the remote switch is CLOSED, the unit
cannot be operated in the Fan, Cool, or Heat modes by the
control. The Freeze Sentinel and the Heat Sentinel features
remain operable. When the remote switch is Open, the unit is
fully operable by control.
CDC
E. Fan
3 2 1
Connect to external
fan relay
Ext Fan CDC R
CDC Switch
R
Ext Fan CDC Red
CDC
E. Fan
The RAKCDC accessory must be used with a central desk control
system. No “Common Busing” is permitted.
Connect to external
fan relay
Remote Thermostat
The Remote Thermostat Connectors are included with each
Zoneline.
NOTICE:
When connected to a remote thermostat, the indoor air
temperature sensing is shifted from the unit to the remote
thermostat. For this reason, the units will operate slightly
differently when connected to a remote thermostat. The
following chart shows the unit operation when connected to a
remote thermostat.
Damage to a wall thermostat or to the Zoneline 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.
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IMPORTANT: The Zoneline thermostat connections
red
tan
green
If using a digital/electronic wall thermostat, you must set it to
the 24 V AC setting. See the Installation Instructions for the wall
thermostat.
blue
yellow
white
black
R GL GH B Y W C
provide 24 V AC only.
Feature
2 1
Heat Pump
Electric Heat
Indoor Frost Control
Yes
Yes
Freeze Sentinel
Yes
Yes
Electronic Temperature Limiting
No
No
Switch to Resistance Heat Based
on Indoor Temperature
Determined by Remote Thermostat
N/A
Switch to Resistance Heat Based
on Outdoor Temperature
Yes
N/A
Reverse Cycle Defrost
Yes
N/A
Simultaneous Partial Resistance Heat with
Heat Pump
Yes
N/A
Resistance Heat Lockout
“Smart Fan” Fan Cycle
Yes
N/A
Fan ON/AUTO Set On Remote Thermostat
Fan On/Auto Set On Remote Thermostat
Yes
Yes
Central Desk Control
NOTE: The Class 2 Mode setting (Mode 6) must be set to ON “ “
for the unit to operate with a Class 2 Remote Wall Thermostat.
(See the installation instructions supplied with the remote
thermostat and mode instructions on page 9.)
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Operating Instructions
Make Up Air Models (not on all units))
The make-up air ventilation system is designed to condition air
cycled through the vent door and into the room. In addition to
providing fresh air, it dehumidifies incoming air when it is above
55% relative humidity.
The make-up air ventilation system is operated by a switch
located on the front of the electrical control cover under
the Zoneline room front. The system is turned on and off by
depressing the on (I) or off (O) button as shown in the illustration.
Should the Zoneline need to be operated as a PTAC or PTHP only,
the following steps should be followed:
1. Order service PN# WP76X21320
2. Unplug the Zoneline
3. Remove the room front
4. Turn off the ventilation system by depressing the on/off
button so that off (O) is selected (see above illustration for
location)
5. Pull the Zoneline from the wall sleeve and install
service PN# WP76X21320 as shown in the illustration.
6. Push the Zoneline back into the wall sleeve and restore
power to the unit.
On/Off
Service PN
WP76X21320
Care and cleaning
Room Cover and Case
Turn the Zoneline off and disconnect the power supply.
To clean, use water and a mild detergent.
Do not use bleach or abrasives. Some commercial cleaners may
damage the plastic parts.
Outdoor Coils
The coils on the outdoor side of the Zoneline should be checked
regularly. If they are clogged with dirt or soot, they should be
cleaned by either low or no pressure cleaning methods. Ensure
that electrical area/devices are protected during cleaning. You
will need to remove the unit from the wall sleeve to inspect the
coils. The dirt buildup occurs on the fan side of the outdoor coil.
Coils
Grille
Clean the outside coils regularly.
Base Pan
In some installations, dirt or other debris may be blown into the
unit from the outside and settle in the base pan (the bottom of
the unit).
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In some areas of the United States, a naturally occurring
“gel-like” or “slime-like” substance may be seen in the base pan.
Check it periodically and clean, if necessary.
On 4500 Series models, do not remove the rubber drain plug
from the basepan. If removed, excess water may drain to the
outside.
Care and cleaning
Ventilation Filter
If the vent door is open, clean the vent filter twice a year or as
required. Access requires the removal of the unit from the wall
sleeve.
Turn the Zoneline off and unplug before removing and cleaning.
To clean the vent filter:
IMPORTANT: This filter is not removable. Trying to
remove this filter will damage the unit.
■ Use a vacuum to remove debris from the filter.
■ Use a damp rag to wipe down the filter and surrounding area
after vacuuming.
Remove the
shipping screws
(if operation is
desired)
To maintain optimum performance, clean the filters at least every 30 days.
Air Filters
FRONT
FRONT
To remove the air filters:
2 Air filters
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and airflow.
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Turn the Zoneline off before cleaning.
The most important thing you can do to maintain the Zoneline
is to clean the filter at least every 30 days. Clogged filters reduce
cooling, heating and air flow.
Keeping these filters clean will:
To replace the air filters:
■ Decrease cost of operation.
■ Save energy.
■ Prevent clogged heat exchanger coils.
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■ Reduce the risk of premature component failure.
To clean the air filters:
■ Vacuum off the heavy soil.
■ Run water through the filters from the
back side.
■ Dry thoroughly before replacing.
NOTE: The air filters are interchangeable and will fit in either the
right or left side.
NOTICE:
Do not operate the Zoneline without the filters in place. If a filter
becomes torn or damaged, it should be replaced immediately.
Operating without the filters in place or with damaged filters
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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Installation Instructions Zoneline Air Conditioners
Questions? Call 844-GE4-PTAC (or 844-434-7822 ) or Visit our Website at: GEAppliances.com
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Read these instructions completely and carefully.
•
IMPORTANT – Save these instructions for
local inspector’s use.
•
IMPORTANT – Observe all governing
codes and ordinances.
•
Note to Installer – Be sure to leave these
•
Note to Owner – Keep these instructions for
instructions with the owner.
future reference.
• Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer.
• Product failure due to improper installation is not
covered under the Warranty.
AIR CONDITIONER BREAK-IN PERIOD
NOTE – As with any mechanical device with moving parts,
this unit will have a wear-in period. AFTER INSTALLATION,
this unit should be operated for 48 hours to achieve
optimum efficiency.
TOOLS YOU WILL NEED
Phillips screwdriver
or 5/16” Nut driver
ZONELINE COMPONENTS
Appearance may vary.
Exterior grille/louver**
Wall case**
Zoneline unit
Room
cover*
Power
supply kit**
** Shipped with the Zoneline unit
** Check the “Essential Elements” list
on the unit located on front of the
base pan
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IMPORTANT ELECTRICAL
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CAUTION
• Follow the National Electrical Code (NEC) or local codes and
ordinances.
• For personal safety, this Zoneline must be properly grounded.
• Protective devices (fuses or circuit breakers) acceptable for
Zoneline installations are specified on the nameplate of each
unit.
• Do not use an extension cord with this unit.
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consult a qualified electrician.
• When the unit is in the OFF position, there is still voltage to
the electrical controls.
• Disconnect the power to the unit before servicing by:
1 Removing the power cord (if it has one) from the wall
receptacle. OR
2 Removing the branch circuit fuses or turning the circuit
breakers off at the panel.
ATTENTION
• Suivez le Code national de l’électricité (CNE) ou vos ordonnances et
codes locaux.
• Pour votre sécurité personnelle, ce Zoneline doit être bien mis à la terre.
• Les appareils protecteurs (fusibles ou disjoncteurs) acceptables
pour installer votre Zoneline sont indiqués sur la plaque signalétique de chaque appar eil.
• N’utilisez jamais de rallonge électrique avec cet appareil.
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• Quand votre appareil est en position OFF (arrêt), il reste de la tension dans les commandes électriques.
• Débranchez le courant de votre appareil avant de l’entretenir ou de
le réparer en:
1. Enlevant le cordon d’alimentation (le cas échéant) de la prise
murale. OU
2. Enlevant les fusibles du circuit de dérivation ou en débranchant
les disjoncteurs de dérivation au panneau.
PRECAUCIÓN
• Siga las instrucciones del National Electrical Code (Código de Electricidad Nacional) (NEC) o los códigos u ordenanzas locales.
•Para su seguridad personal, el acondicionador de aire Zoneline debe
tener una adecuada conexión a tierra.
• Los dispositivos de protección (fusibles o disyuntores) adecuados
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placa de cada unidad.
• No utilice un cable de extensión con esta unidad.
• El cableado de aluminio puede presentar problemas especiales:
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• Cuando la unidad se encuentra en la posición OFF (apagado), todavía hay voltaje en los controles eléctricos.
• Antes de realizar reparaciones en la unidad, desconecte el suministro de energía de la siguiente manera:
1 Retire el cable eléctrico (si posee uno) del receptáculo de la pared. O
2 Retire los fusibles de la sección o apague el disyuntor desde el panel.
Installation Instructions
REPLACING AN EXISTING UNIT
Check the “Essential
Elements” label for
important information.
Replacing a ducted unit
New ducted installation:
If this unit is to be installed in a new ducted application
using a duct adapter kit, the kit must be installed before
the unit is placed in the wall case. The installation
instructions are packed with the kit.
Duct kits available:
RAK6053
RAK601B/602B
Use the correct wall case
This unit is designed to be installed in a GE plastic or
insulated metal wall case. This minimizes condensation
from forming on the room side of the case.
NOTE: There are several extra holes in the unit side
flanges for installation in wall cases other than GE. To
avoid damaging the flange insulation, the installer should
use an awl or other sharp tool to puncture the insulation
in the appropriate holes before installing the attachment
screws.
Use the correct outdoor grille
You should use the outdoor grilles shown on the
“Essential Elements” label on the base pan.
• If an existing grille is not replaced, capacity and
efficiency will be reduced and the unit may fail to
operate properly or fail prematurely. A deflector kit,
RAK40, may be used with grilles that were not designed
for your new GE Zonelines. The RAK40 contains air
deflectors and gaskets that mount to the unit to direct
the hot exhaust air away from the air intake to allow
the unit to function properly. The grille must have a
65% minimum free area (as calculated by ASHRAE).
See the Architects and Engineers Data Manual for more
detailed information.
• Any vertical deflectors in a non GE existing rear
grille should be removed to decrease condenser air
recirculation that can cause the unit to “short-cycle”
and lead to premature component failure.
Mounting
plate
Duct
Case
Existing ducted installation:
Replacement of an existing ducted unit may require
different components. Request this information from your
sales representative. Duct seals on existing unit need to
be removed and added to the new unit.
• Replacing 230/208 volt units:
See page 16.
• Replacing 265 volt units:
See page 17.
When using a duct kit, you must always turn Mode 7 to
ON “
” See Mode instructions on page 9.
Duct Mode
Shown ON
Use the correct power cord
Local codes may require the use of arc fault or leakage
current detection devices on 230/208-volt installations.
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Installation Instructions
230/208 VOLT ELECTRICAL CONNECTION OPTIONS
POWER
CORD CONNECTION
Depending on application, a power supply kit with LCDI
must be used to supply power to the Zoneline unit. The
appropriate kit is determined by the voltage, the means of
electrical connection and the amperage of the branch
circuit.
Power cords may include an arc fault interruption
or a leakage current detection interruption device.
A test and reset button is provided on the plug case
or the inline case. The device should be tested on
a periodic basis by first pressing the TEST button
and then the RESET button. If the TEST button does
not trip or if the RESET button will not stay engaged,
discontinue use of the Zoneline and contact a
qualified service technician.
ELECTRICAL SUBBASE
CONNECTION
230/208-volt models may be installed using one
of the following electrical subbases:
Power supply kit
(Appearance may vary)
Connections of 208 or 230-volt circuits may be with a
power supply kit or a junction box kit.
All wiring, including installation of the receptacle,
must be in accordance with the NEC and local codes,
ordinances and regulations. Codes require the use of
an arc fault or leakage current detection device on the
power cord except direct connect. Be sure to select the
correct cord for your installation.
Tandem
15 Amp
Perpendicular
20 Amp
Large Tandem
30 Amp
230/208 volt receptacle configuration
Branch Circuit and
Unit Amperage Rating
Proper GE Power Cord
with LCDI Device
15
RAK315P
20
RAK320P
30
RAK330P*
Branch Circuit and
Unit Amperage Rating
Proper GE
Subbase Kit
15
RAK204D15PA
20
RAK204D20PA
30
RAK204D30PA
Electrical subbases provide an enclosure for direct
connection or enclosed receptacles. The subbase kit
includes the power cord.
The instructions provided with the selected subbase kit
must be carefully followed. It is the responsibility of the
installer to ensure the connection of components is done
in accordance with these instructions and all electrical
codes.
If using a sub-base connection, the RAK4002C Junction
Box is also necessary for a complete installation.
DIRECT CONNECTION
Order the following Kit for 230/208-volt direct
connection as required:
Branch Circuit and
Power
Unit Amperage Rating
Supply Kit
15
RAK315D
20
RAK320D
30
RAK330D
Review installation instructions provided with power
cord or direct connect kits for detailed assembly
instructions.
If using a sub-base connection, the RAK4002C Junction
Box is also necessary for a complete installation.
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Installation Instructions
265 VOLT ELECTRICAL CONNECTION OPTIONS
WARNING
Connection of this 265 V AC product to a branch circuit MUST
be done by direct connection in accordance with the National
Electrical Code. Plugging this unit into a building-mounted exposed
receptacle is not permitted by code.
These models must be installed using the appropriate GE power
supply kit for the branch circuit amperage and the electrical
resistance heater wattage desired. Use the POWER CONNECTION
CHART on page 18 to determine the correct kit required. One of
the following installation methods must be used:
AVERTISSEMENT
Vous DEVEZ brancher ce produit alimenté par courrant alternatif
de 265 volts au circuit de dérivation par branchement direct
conformément au Code national d’électricité. Le Code n’autorise
pas le branche men td evotr eappareil à une prise exposée
montée sur le bâtiment.
Vous devez installer ces modèles à l’aide de la bonne trousse
d’alimentation électrique GE pour l’ampérage du circuit de
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désirée. Utilisez le Tableau de contact électrique, page 18, pour
déterminer la bonne trousse requise. Vous devez utiliser l’une des
méthodes suivantes d’installation.
ADVERTENCIA
La conexión de este producto de 265 voltios de CA a un circuito
derivado DEBE realizarse mediante una conexión directa de
acuerdo a las indicaciones del NEC. El código no permite enchufar
esta unidad a una caja externa.
Estos modelos deben instalarse utilizando el kit de GE de
suministro de energía adecuado para el amperaje de circuito
derivado y el vatiaje deseado para el calefactor de resistencia
eléctrica. Utilice la TABLA DE CONEXIONES ELÉCTRICAS en la
página 18 para determinar cuál es el kit necesario. Debe utilizarse
uno de los siguientes métodos de instalación.
A. FOR SUBBASE
INSTALLATION
Electrical subbase kits are available to provide a flexible
enclosure for direct connection.
Branch Circuit and
Unit Amperage Rating
Proper GE
Subbase Kit
Power
Supply Kit
15
RAK204E15
RAK515P
20
RAK204E20
RAK520P
30
RAK204E30
RAK530P
The instructions provided with the selected subbase kit
must be carefully followed. It is the responsibility of the
installer to ensure the connection of components is done
in accordance with these instructions and all electrical
codes.
B. FOR DIRECT CONNECT
INSTALLATION
If an electrical subbase is not used, direct connection to
branch circuit wiring inside the provided junction box must
be done in accordance with the following steps.
Order the following Kit for 265-volt direct connection
as required:
Branch Circuit and
Unit Amperage Rating
Power
Supply Kit
15
RAK515D
20
RAK520D
30
RAK530D
Review installation instructions provided with power
cord or direct connect kits for detailed assembly
instructions.
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Installation Instructions
POWER CONNECTION CHART
Power Cord Connections
230/208 Volt
Power Supply Kits
with Current Leakage
Detection Device (1)
RAK315P/SP
RAK320P/SP
RAK330P/SP
Wall Plug
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Tandem
Perpendicular
Large Tandem
Circuit Protective Device
15-Amp Time-Delay Fuse or Breaker
20-Amp Time-Delay Fuse or Breaker
30-Amp Time-Delay Fuse or Breaker
Heater Wattage
@ 230/208 Volts
2.40/1.96 KW
3.40/2.78 KW
4.80/3.93 KW (High Fan)
3.80/3.11 KW (Low Fan)
Direct Connections
230/208 Volt
Power Supply Kits (2)
Circuit Protective Device
Heater Wattage
@ 230/208 Volts
RAK315D
RAK320D
RAK330D
15-Amp Time-Delay Fuse or Breaker
20-Amp Time-Delay Fuse or Breaker
30-Amp Time-Delay Fuse or Breaker
2.40/1.96 KW
3.40/2.78 KW
4.80/3.93 KW (High Fan)
3.80/3.11 KW (Low Fan)
265 Volt
Power Supply Kits
Circuit Protective Device
Heater Wattage
@ 265 Volts
RAK515D
RAK520D
RAK530D
15-Amp Time-Delay Fuse or Breaker
20-Amp Time-Delay Fuse or Breaker
30-Amp Time-Delay Fuse or Breaker
2.40 KW
3.40 KW
4.80 KW (High Fan)
3.8 KW (Low Fan)
(1) A junction box is included with SP kits.
(2) A junction box is included with these kits.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLING THE ZONELINE
1. INSTALL THE WALL CASE
AND EXTERIOR GRILLE
The RAB71A/B series or RAB77A4/77B wall case must be
properly installed per instructions packed with the case.
• Remove the corrugated stiffener and the outdoor
protective panel. Use the slit in the outdoor panel
as a handhold and push out.
Protective
panel
2. PREPARE THE UNIT
• Carefully remove the foam shipping blocks from the
room front, compressor and outdoor fan. There may
be multiple blocks and pieces of shipping tape that
need to be removed.
Slit
Shipping tape
(Locations may vary)
• Remove the room cover by pulling it out at the bottom
to release it (1); then lift it up to clear the rail along the
unit top (2).
Stiffener
• Install the exterior grille from the room side following
instructions packed with the grille.
NOTE: For installation with a subbase or duct adapter,
see the instructions packed with those kits.
• If vent door is to be operational, remove shipping
screws from the front side of the vent door, if present.
Remove the
shipping screws
(if operation is
desired)
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLING THE ZONELINE (cont.)
3. INSTALL THE UNIT INTO
THE WALL CASE
Slide the unit into the wall case and secure with four
screws through the unit flange holes.
The four screws will be located in a sealed bag that
sits under the control panel, sitting in the pocket in the
basepan.
The four wall case screws will be taped
to the pocket in front of the control box.
NOTE: There are several extra holes in the unit side
flanges for installation in wall cases other than GE.
To avoid damaging the flange insulation, the installer
should use an awl or other sharp tool to puncture the
insulation in the appropriate holes before installing the
attachment screws.
4. CONNECT POWER CORD
OR DIRECT CONNECT KIT
Review installation instructions provided with power
cord or direct connect kits for detailed assembly
instructions.
Power supply kit
(Appearance may vary)
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5. REPLACE THE ROOM
FRONT
Reinstall the room cover by aligning and placing the top
rail of the room cover over the chassis (1), then pushing
it in at the bottom (2).
Installation Instructions
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Dry Air 25 Series models are designed to improve dehumidification by 25%. Since more moisture will be removed from the
air, there is a greater possibility that water will drip from the wall case than with a standard unit. To prevent this water
from dripping onto external building walls, we recommend the use of RAD10 Drain Kit.
External Drain
See the Installation Instructions
in the RAD10 kit.
Alternate:
6” long, 1/2” O.D.
straight copper tube
Square
drain holes
1/2” O.D. drain tube
Neoprene sponge gasket
Steel mounting plate
Type “A” screw for metal case or
Type “B” screw for molded case
Internal Drain
See the Installation Instructions in
the RAD10 kit.
(The drain is located under the cabinet,
location to be determined in the field.)
Square
drain holes
Neoprene sponge gasket
Steel mounting plate
Type “A” screw for metal case or
Type “B” screw for molded case
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Before you call for service
Troubleshooting Tips
Save time and money! Review the charts on the following
pages first and you may not need to call for service.
Problem
Possible Causes
What To Do
Zoneline does
not start
The unit is
unplugged.
• Make sure the Zoneline plug is pushed completely
into the outlet.
The power cord is not
firmly attached.
• Remove the room cover and make sure that the
black connector on the end of the power cord is
firmly engaged.
The fuse is blown/circuit
breaker is tripped.
• Check the house fuse/circuit breaker box and replace
the fuse or reset the breaker.
The unit is waiting for
the compressor overload
protector to reset.
• This is normal. The Zoneline will start again after
it resets.
Power failure.
• If power failure occurs, set the mode control to OFF.
When power is restored, set the mode control to the
desired setting.
• There is a protective time delay (up to 3 minutes) to
prevent tripping of the compressor overload. For this
reason, the unit may not start normal heating or cooling
for 3 minutes after it is turned back on.
The power cord current
interrupter device is tripped.
• Press the RESET button located on the power cord plug
or the box near the plug.
• If the RESET button will not stay engaged, discontinue use
of the Zoneline and contact a qualified service technician.
Zoneline does not cool
or heat as it should
Indoor airflow
is restricted.
• Make sure there are no curtains, blinds or furniture
blocking the front of the Zoneline.
Outdoor airflow is
restricted or recirculated.
• Make sure the rear grille is not restricted. This can
cause the unit to cycle off due to the compressor
overload protector.
• Outdoor grille must have a minimum of 65% free area.
Non-GE grilles may be too restrictive for proper
performance. Consult your salesperson for assistance.
Burning odor at the start
of heating operation
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The temp control may
not be set properly.
• Turn the control to a lower or higher setting.
NOTE: The temperature limiter may be limiting the
temperature range.
The air filter is dirty.
• Clean the filter at least every 30 days.
See the Operating Instructions section.
The room may have
been hot or cold.
• When the Zoneline is first turned on you need to
allow time for the room to cool down or warm up.
Outdoor air is
entering the room.
• Set the vent control to the closed position.
NOTE: Units equipped with make-up ventilation will continuously
allow some outdoor air into the room.
Dust is on the surface
of the heating element.
• This can cause a “burning” odor at the beginning of
the heating operation. This odor should quickly fade.
Problem
Possible Causes
What To Do
The air is not always
cool or hot during
operation
The heat pump is not
producing hot air.
• This is normal. The heat pump will produce warm air
but not as hot as air produced when the higher-cost
electric heat is used.
The Smart Fan Auxiliary
Controls may be set to
continuous fan.
• This causes the fan to blow room temperature air
even when the compressor or heater cycles off.
The continuous air movement provides better
overall temperature control in the cool mode.
See Smart Fan – Cooling/Heating on page 7.
The air does not feel
warm enough during
heating operation
The heat pump alone
produces air that feels
cooler than desired.
• Use the Electric Heat Option. This turns off the
heat pump and warms with electric heat only.
NOTE: Use of this option will result in increased energy
consumption.
The unit is not
blowing out air
The Smart Fan Auxiliary
• See Smart Fan – Cooling/Heating on page 7.
Controls may be set to cycle.
The electric heating
and fan features do
not work
The power cord is not
firmly attached.
• Remove the room cover and make sure that the
black connector on the end of the power cord is
firmly engaged.
Temperature display
flashes
The compressor may
have failed.
• Set the operation control to OFF and then restart
the unit. If the flashing light reappears within
30 minutes, call for service.
The unit does not
function after
installing Remote
Wall Thermostat
Aux mode 6 not set properly.
are incorrect.
• Verify wiring from Remote Wall TStat is correct to unit thermostat
connector.
Unit thermostat connections
are incorrect.
• Check aux mode 6 to be sure switch is “on” for Remote
Thermostat, see page 9.
Transformer resets or opens
with short
• Wait 5 minutes to see if power resets.
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Things that are normal
Normal Operating Sounds
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.
“CLICK”
You may hear relays click when the controls cycle
on and off or are adjusted to change the room
temperature.
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 indoor fan runs continuously when the unit is
operating in the cooling mode, unless the Smart Fan
Auxiliary Control is set to cycle. This will cause the fan
to cycle on and off with the compressor. You may also
hear a fan noise stop and start.
There are times when the fan on the unit will run even
when the unit is not heating or cooling. If the system
is set up to be in continuous fan the indoor fan will run
regardless if the unit may be cooling or heating. Other
times the fan will run longer than the heating/cooling
cycle or kick on occasionally. This is normal and is
done to improve room comfort and balance.
If the unit is equipped with a make-up air ventilation
system, fans will run continuously.
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You may notice a few minutes delay in starting if you
try to restart the Zoneline too soon after turning it
off or if you adjust the thermostat right after the
compressor has shut off. This is due to a built-in
restart protector for the compressor that causes
a 3-minute delay.
During the defrost cycle, both indoor and outdoor fans
stop and the compressor will operate in the cooling
mode to remove frost from the outdoor coil. After
defrost, the unit will restart in electric heat to quickly
warm the room to the desired comfort level.
To protect the compressor and prevent short cycling,
the unit is designed to run for a minimum of 3 minutes
after the compressor starts at any thermostat setting.
Product Registration
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Please place in envelope and mail to:
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Zoneline Warranty
All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers
or an authorized Customer Care® technician. To schedule service,
on-line, visit us at GEAppliances.com, or call 844-GE4-PTAC (or 844434-7822 )). For service in Canada, contact Gordon Williams Corp. at
1.888.209.0999. Please have serial number and model
number available when calling for service.
Staple your receipt here.
Proof of the original purchase
date is needed to obtain service
under the warranty.
For The Period Of: GE Will Replace:
One Year
From the date of the
original purchase
Any part of the air conditioner which fails due to a defect in materials or workmanship.
During this limited one-year warranty, GE will provide, free of charge, all labor and related
service cost to replace the defective part.
Five Year
From the date of the
original purchase
Sealed Refrigerating System, if any part of the sealed refrigerating system (the
compressor, condenser, evaporator and all connecting tubing including the make up air
system) should fail due to a defect in materials or workmanship. During this OLPLWHG¿YH
year warranty, GE will provide, free of charge, all labor and related service cost to replace
the defective part.
Second through
Fifth Year
From the date of the
original purchase
Fan Motors, Switches, Thermostat, Heater, Heater Protectors, Compressor Overload, Solenoids, Circuit Boards, Auxiliary Controls, Thermistors, Freeze Sentinel, Frost Controls,
ICR Pump, Capacitors, Varistors and Indoor Blower Bearings, if any of these parts should
fail due to a defect in materials or workmanship. During this additional four-year limited
warranty, the customer will be responsible for any labor and related service costs.
What GE Will Not Cover:
■ Service trips to your site to teach you how to use
the product.
■ Improper installation, delivery or maintenance.
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.
■ In commercial locations, labor necessary to move the
unit to a location where it is accessible for service by
an individual technician.
■ Failure or damage resulting from corrosion due to
installation in an environment containing corrosive
chemicals.
■ Replacement of fuses or resetting of circuit breakers.
■ Failure of the product resulting from modifications
to the product or due to unreasonable use,
including failure to provide reasonable and necessary
maintenance.
■ Failure or damage resulting from corrosion due
to installation in a coastal environment, except
for models treated with special factory-applied
anti-corrosion protection as designated in
the model number.
■ 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 defects with this air conditioner.
■ Damage caused after delivery.
■ Product not accessible to provide required service.
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Warranty. Any implied warranties, including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular
purpose, are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law.
This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased
for use within the USA and Canada. If the product is located in an area where service by a GE Authorized
Servicer is not available, you may be responsible for a trip charge or you may be required to bring the
product to an Authorized GE Service location for service. In Alaska, the warranty excludes the cost of
shipping or service calls to your site.
Some states or provinces 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 or province to province. To know what your legal rights are, consult your local, state or provincial
consumer affairs office or your state’s Attorney General.
Warrantor: General Electric Company. Louisville, KY 40225
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Consumer Support
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Have a question or need assistance with your appliance? Try the GE Appliances Website 24 hours a day,
any day of the year! For greater convenience and faster service, you can now download Owner’s Manuals,
order parts or even schedule service on-line.
Schedule Service
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Expert GE repair service is only one step away from your door. Get on-line and schedule your service at
your convenience any day of the year! Or call 844-GE4-PTAC (or 844-434-7822 ) during normal business hours.
Real Life Design Studio
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people of all ages, sizes and capabilities. We recognize the need to design for a wide range of physical and
mental abilities and impairments. For details of GE’s Universal Design applications, including kitchen design
ideas for people with disabilities, check out our Website today. For the hearing impaired, please call 800.TDD.
GEAC (800.833.4322).
Parts and Accessories
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Individuals qualified to service their own appliances can have parts or accessories sent directly to their homes
(VISA, MasterCard and Discover cards are accepted). Order on-line today, 24 hours every day or by phone at
800.626.2002 during normal business hours.
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.
Contact Us
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If you are not satisfied with the service you receive from GE, contact us on our Website with all the details
including your phone number, or write to:
General Manager, Customer Relations
GE Appliances, Appliance Park
Louisville, KY 40225
Register Your Appliance
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5HJLVWHU\RXUQHZDSSOLDQFHRQOLQH³DW\RXUFRQYHQLHQFH Timely product registration will allow for
enhanced communication and prompt service under the terms of your warranty, should the need arise.
You may also mail in the pre-printed registration card included in the packing material.
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