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Safety In_truclions
Operating

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2, 3

Instructions

Additional
Controls
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Control Knob Models
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Touch

Pad Models

7
6

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4, 5

Outdoor

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Case .............
Coils

Installation

Consumer

Tips

. .9-14

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15

Sounds

. . .16

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20
17-18

Support

Consumer
Support
Product Registration
_\arranty

8

Instruc_tions

Operating

AEV24

8
8

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Troubleshooting
Normal

A 24
AEW24

Care and Cleaning
Air Fiher
Grille and

AEH24

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Write the model and serial numbers here:
Model #
Serial #
Find these numbers
on a label
side of the air conditionex:

on the

49-7516

12-05JR

iMPORTANT
SAFETY
iNFORMATiON.
READArt iNSTRUCTiONS
BEFORE
USING.

it

=!

For your safeN the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire, electric shock
or personal injury.

SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
_{_:
Use this appliance only %r its intended
pulj)ose as described in tills• ( )wrier s
Manual.

qT{_:
Turn the unit OFFand unplug your air
conditioner
before making any repairs
or cleaning.

_{::This air conditioner
must be properly
installed in accordance
with tile Installation
Instructions
before it is used.
_::Nexer unplug your air conditioner
by pulling
on the power cord. Always grip plug firmly
and pull straight out fiom tile receptacle.
_: Replace immediately
all elecu_ic service
cords that haxe become fiwed or otherwise
damaged. A damaged power supply cord
must be replaced with a new power supply
cord obtained from file ma*mfacun_er and
not repaired. Do not use a cord that shows
cracks or abrasion damag_ along its length
or at eidler die plug or connector
end.

NOTE"We stronglyrecommendthat anyservicing
be performedby a qualified individual.
_:;For your safety...do
not store or use
combustible
materials, gasoline or other
flammable vapors or liquids in tile vicinity
of this or any other appliance.
E:,IAll air conditioners
contain refi_igerants,
which under federal law must be removed
prior to product disposal. If you are g>tfing
rid of an old product with refrigerants,
check
with tile company handling disposal about
what to do.

HOWTOCONNECT
ELECTRICITY
Do not, under any circumstances, cut or remove
the third (ground) prong from the power cord. For
personal safe_ this appliance must be properly
grounded.

Where a 9-prong wall outlet is encountered,
it is your personal responsibility and obligation
to haxe it replaced with a properly grounded
3-prong wall oudet.

The power cord of dfis appliance is equipped
with a 3-prong (grounding)
plug which mates
with a standard 3-prong (grounding)
wall
outlet m minimize the possibility of electric
shock hazard fiom this appliance.

Tile air conditioner

Power cold includes a current
intemq)ter
device. A rest and reset button is provided on
the plug case. The device should be msmd on a
periodic basis by first pressing the TESTbutton
and then the RESETbutton. If the rESrbutmn
does not trip or if tile RESETbutton will not
stay engwged, discondmm
use of tile air
conditioner
and contact a qualified service
technician.
Haxe the wall outlet and circuit
qualified
properly

2

electrician
grounded.

checked

by a

to make sure tile outlet is

should

always be

plugged into its own individual electrical
outlet which has a xoltage rating that matches
tile rating plate.
This provides tile best perfommnce
and also
prexents oxerloading
house wiring circuits
which cou]d cause a fire hazard from
oxerheated

wires.

See the Installation

Instructions,

Requirements section for specific
connection
requirements.

Electrical
electrical

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WARNING!
USEOFEXTENSION
CORDS--115-Volt
modelsonly
Because of potential safety hazards under certain..ACAUTION:
conditions, we strongly recommend against the
use of an extension cord.

DO NOT use an extension cord with any of the
230/208 volt models.

Howexei; if you must use an exmnsion cord,
it is absolutely necessai T that it be a UiAismd,
14 gauge, 3-wire grounding
type appliance
extension cord having a grounding
type plug
and outlet and that the elecuJcal rating of file
cord be 15 amperes (nfinimum)
and 195 x_lts.

USEOFADAPTER
PLUGS--115-Volt
modelsonly
Because of potential safety hazards under certain
conditions, we strongly recommend against the use
of an adapter plug.
Howe\>i; if yon must use an adaptei; where
local codes i)ermit, a temporary connection may
be made to a i)roperly grounded
21)rong wall
on0et 1)y use of a UiAismd adaptor available
at nlost local hardware stores.
Tile larger slot ill tile adaptor must be alig_led
x_4th file larger slot in tile wall outlet to provide
proper polarity ill the connection
of the
power cord.

When disconnecting
fl)e power cold flom tile
adaptei; alwws hold the adapter ill place with
one hand while I)ulling tile I)ower cord I)lug
with the other hand. If this is not done, tile
adaptor ground ml_ninal is x_ U liken to bleak
with rei)eated use.
If tile adapter ground tem_inal breaks, DO NOT
USE tile air conditioner
until a proper ground
has been established.
Attaching the adapterground terminal to a waft outlet
cover screw does not ground the applianceunless the
cover screw is metal, and not lesulated, and the waft
outlet is groundedthrough the housewiring. Youshould
have the circuit checkedby a quafified electricianto
make sure the outlet is properlygrounded.

READANDFOLLOW
THISSAFETY
INFORMATION
CAREFULLY.
SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS

About the controlson the air conditioner--models with touchpads.
Lights next to the touch pads on the air conditioner

control panel indicate

the selected

settings.

Light indicatesthe unit
is in the temperature or

The displayalwaysshowsthe room
temperatureexceptwhen setting the
Setterr_re
or the Delaytimer.

delay time Set mode.

/
/

_
_

V
Delay timer Increase
Ckculaire

:High
Ned

Z Fen Only
Energy Sever

m Low

m Cool

VVq
_

/
J

J
Lightindicates
the

_i

/

Auto Fanon/off

delay
timer is set.

O

Mode select
Fanspeed Increase

0

L

G_en_Cb,lodO

_rci,_.,_k_
@_r_

!

_[

0

__L_ Decrease
Fan speed

Light indicates
Circulaireis on.

--

Unit power on/off

and Decrease

Air ConditionerControls

RemoteControl

Controls
The air conditioner
control

panel

door

NOTE."The remote
panel
O

door

open

controls
Press

to

control

are located
open

and

behind

close

the

tile

door

V

will work with the control

or closed.

ower Pad
Tm'ns air conditioner

,d_

O
on and off. _Aq_en

turned on, the display will show the room
temperatm'e.

Mode Pad
Use to set the air conditioner
Saver or Fan Only mode.
Delay Pads
Delay ON--_4l_en the air conditioner is off; it
can be set to automatically
come on in 1 to 24
hom_ at its previous

Display

Press

O

pads
pads
time
The

0

•

Fan Speed Pads
Use to set the fan speed to Low, Med, High
or Auto on the refit. NOTE."On the remote
control, use the tim speed Increase +/
Decrease- pads to set the tim speeds to Low,
Med or High. Lrse the Auto pad to mrn Auto
J;lil

4

oil,

1-24hrpad
the

remote

on the

unit

control.

Increase •/Decrease

•

Each

touch

refit or the Increase +/Decrease
-pads
the remote
control
will set the timer in

on

interx:fls,

The

Set light

pads

or

will tm'n

on

setting,

To review the remaining
time on the Delay
1-24hr tim ex; press the Delay 1-24hr pad on the
refit or the @" pad on the remote control. Use
the Increase •/Decrease
• pads on the refit
or the Increase +/Decreasepads on the
remote control to set a new time if desireE1.

(+)/Decrease • (-)

on the refit or the Increase +/Decrease on the remote control will set the delay
when using the Delay 1-24hrdmer (_).
Set light will turn on while setting.

on

the

1-hem"

Pads

Each touch of the Increase •/Decrease

Delay

on

while

Use to set temperature when in Cool or Energy
Savermode. The Set light will turn on while
setting.

Delay timer Increase •
Pads

the

the @'pad

NOTE."
The display Mll change to show the
room temperatm'e
after settings have been
made, To recall the Set temperature,
press the
TempIncrease • or Decrease • pads.
•

and tim settings.

How to set:

of the

Temp Increase •/Decrease

mode

Delay OFF--When the air conditioner
is on,
it can be set to automatically mm off in 1 to
24 hem's.

Sho_:s the room temperature
or time
remaining
on the Delay time_: Sho_:s the Set
temperature
while setting the temperature
in
Cool or Energy Saver modes. The Set light will
mrn on while setting.

@

to Cool, Energy

To cancel the timer, press the Delay 1-24hr pad
tmtil the light (m the Delay 1-24hrpad goes (>ft.

O

CIRCULAIREPad

Tm'n on to proxicle continuous
air circulation.

side-to-side

For fixed side-to-side air direction, mrn on
tmtil the desired air direction is obt;fined,
then turn it off.

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Cool Mode
Use the Coolmode at Low, Med, High or Auto Fan
Speed for cooling. Use the Temperature Increase •/
Decrease • pads to set the desired temperature
between 64°F and 86°F in 1°F increments,
An electronic
room

them_ostat

temperatm'e.

is used

The

compressor

to maintain

the

will cycle

Cooling Descriptions
For Normal Cooling---Select the Cool mode and
High or Medfim with a middle set temperature.
For Maximum Cooling--Select
the Cool mode
and High tim with a lower set temperature.

on

and off to kee I) the room at the set level of comfi)rt.
Set fl_e them/ostat
at a lower number
and fl_e indoor

For Quieter & Nighttime Cooling--Select
Cool mode and Low tim with a middle

air will become
coole_: Set the them_ostat
number
and the indoor
air will become

temperatm'e.

at a higher
warme_;

the
set

NOTE"If theair conditionerisoff andis thenturnedon
whileset to a Coolsettingor ff turnedfroma fansetting
toa Coolsetting,it may takeapproximately
3 minutes
forthecompressor
tostartandcodingto begin.

Energy Saver Mode
Controls

the tim.

ON--The tim will cycle on and off with the
compresso_: This results in wider wuiations of room
temperature
and humidity. Nommlly used when the
room is m_occupied.
NOTE: Thefan may continue to run
for a short time after the compressorcyc/es ofL
OFF--The
COIIIpI'eSSOI"

tim runs all the time, while the
cycles

OIX

and

off',

Fan Only Mode
Use the Fan Only Mode at Low, Med or High tim
speed to provide air circulation and filtering
without cooling. Since tim only settings (lo not
provide cooling, a Set temperature
cmmot be
entered. The room temperatm'e
will appear
in the display.

NOTE:AutoFanSpeedcannotbe usedwhenin the
Fan OnlyMode.

Auto Fan Speed
Set to Auto tim speed fi)r the ,fire speed to
automatically
set to the speed needed to provide
optimmn
comfi)rt settings with the set temperatm'e.

NOTE:AutoFanSpeedcannotbe usedwhenin the
Fan OnlyMode.

If the room needs more cooling, the tim speed
will automatically
increase. If the room needs less
cooling,

the tim speed will automatically

decrease.

Power Outage Recovery Feature
In the case of a power outage (:,r interruption,
the
refit will automatically
re-start in the settings last
used after the power is restored. If the Delay 1-24hr

leattlI'e

_;ls

set, it

will

I'eS/lllle

Co/lnt(lown.

_i_)/i

IllaV

need to set a new time if desired.

Remote Control
_ To ensure proper operation, aim the remote
control at the signal receiver on the air
(-onditionei:

_: Make sure nothing
is between
the
and the remote
control
that could

_: The remote control
up to 20 teet.

_: Make

signal has a range

_ff

air conditioner
block the

signal,

correctly

sure

batteries
as indicated

are

fl'esh

on the

and
remote

installed
control.

5

About the controlson the air conditionermmodels with control knobs.
Features and appearance will vary.
MODE
OFF
,

High

TEMP
High

Coolest

7

1

Cob_
6

2

5

LOW"
Cool

3

TEMPERATURE
CONTROL

MODECONTROL

Controls
The

air conditioner

control

panel

controls

doo_:

Press

are located

to open

and

behind

close

the

TEMP Control

fl_e doo_:

The

Mode Control

High Cool,Med Cooland Low Cool
provide
Fan

cooling

settings

filtering

with

provide

without

TEMP

room

different

higher
cooler:

and

cooling.

NOTE:If youmovethemodecontrolfroma cool
settlbgto OFFor toa fansetting,wait at least
3 minutesbeforeswitchingbackto a coolsettiW.
Cooling Descriptions
For Normal Cooling--Select High Cool or Med Cool
with the TEMPEILa_TLrRE control at midpoint.
ForMaximum Cooling--Select
High Coolwith the
TEMPERATUI_.E control at the highest nmnber
available (m v(mr knob.
For Quieter& Nighttime Cooling--Select Low Cool
with the TEMPERATURE c(mtrol at midpoint.

is used
The

to maintnin

compressor

the
will cycle

on and off to kee I) the room
at the same level
of comfiwt.
\,_l_en vou ttlI'n the knob to a

tim speeds.

air circulation

control

temperatm'e.

the

O

numbe_;
the indoor
air will become
Tm'n the knob to a lower nmnber
and

indoor

air will become

wam/er

CIRCULAIRE
For contimums
set the Circulaire
For

fixed

Circulaire
direction

side-to-side
air circulation,
switch to ON.

side-to-side
switch

air direction,

to ON tmtil

is obtained,

then

the
moxe

set the
desired
it to

CIBCULAIBE
OFF

ON

air

OFF.

Additional controls,

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Vent Control
The

vent

control

is located

above

the

control

panels,
When
set at CLOSE, only the air inside the room
will be circulated
and conditioned,
When
set at
OPEN, some

outside

air is let into

the

room,
To open the vent, push the lever to the righL
To close it, push it to the left.

Air Direction--Up and Down
Fingertip
a(!iusts

pressm'e
the

on

tile ho_-izontal

air direction

lou\'e_

up or down,

Control Panel Door
Press

to

open

NOTE."
Tile
work

with

_lIl(]

remote
the

dose

the

control

control

panel

dooi:
(on some
door

models)

open

will

or closed.

Careand cleaning of the air conditioner.
Grille and Case
Turn

the

_lu,,

froln

air

coi_ditioner

the

wall

outlet

off and

relno_.e

before

cleanin

the

To clean,

,

use

use

bleach

water

and

a mild

deter

,ent

Do

not

or abrasives.

Outdoor Coils
The

coils on the outdoor

should
with

be checked

dirt or soot,

side of the air conditioner

regularly,

]t they are dogged

they Inay be proiessiolmllv

cleaned.

Air Filter
The

air flter

checked
l//ore

behind

and
otten

the

cleaned
it

fl'ont

at least

grille

should

be

e\w y 30 da_:s or

Ilecess;iQ'.

To remove:
]

Open
the inlet grille upward
bottom
of tile inlet grille.

]

Using tile tab, pull up slightl)
to release
it and pull it down.

Clean

tile filter

with warn/,

soapy

let tile flter
dry beibre
repladng
tlle flter in a ciishwashel:

by

_ullin,,

on tile

watel:

out

tile

filter

Pdnse

it. Do not

and

A CAUti ON:Do
Nrooperate
the

clean

conditionerwithouta filterbecausedirtand I/btwill clogit
and reduce peffomTance.

Grille Frame Removal fif necessary for coil cleaning)
P.em(we the air filter: See the Air Filter section
If present,

above.

rein eve th e gillle fl'am e atta chin ent screw.

Grasp the lower corne_
of the grille fl'ame while
pressing in on tile case side tabs with yore" finger
tips. Pull out to release and lift it up.

'_,

_t"

NOTE."Do not pull the bottom edge toward you more than 3"
or you may damage the tabs of the grille.

How to Insert the Batteries in the Remote Control
]

]

]

8

Remo_e
according

tile battery
cmer by sliding
to the arrow
direction.

Insert new batteries,
making
sure that the
and (-) of batter_
are installed
correctly.
Reattach
tile
into position.

co_er

l:,y sliding

it back

NOTES:

it

_: Use
(+)

2 "_t"

(1.5 volt)

use recha_geable
::Ji::I_.emove
tile svsteln

tile batteries
is not

alkaline

batteries.

Do not

batteries.

going

fl'Oln tile

relnote

to be used

tor

control
a long

if'
tilne.

Air Conditioner

Installation
Instructions
I r_

Questions?

Call 800.GE.CARES

(800.432.2737)

BEFORE YOU BEGIN

Read these instructions
and carefully.

for local

Do not, under any circumstances,
remove the third (ground)
prong
power cord.

completely

• IMPORTANT
governing

codes

inspector's

I

at: ge.com

CAUTION:

• IMPORTANT - Save
these
instructions

or Visit our Website

use.

- Observe
all

cut or
from the

Do not change the plug on the power
of this air conditioner.

cord

Aluminum
house wiring may present special
problems--consult
a qualified electrician.

and ordinances.

• Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these
instructions
with the Consumer.

TOOLS YOU WILL NEED

• Note to Consumer
- Keep these
instructions
for future reference.
• Skill level - Installation
of this appliance
requires basic mechanical
skills.
• Completion

time

• We recommend
this product.

that two

• Proper installation
of the installer.
• Product failure
is not covered

O

- Approximately
people

wrench

1 hour
install

is the responsibility
Phillips

head screwdriver

Flat-blade

screwdriver

due to improper
installation
under the Warranty.

ELECTRICAL

Pencil

Ruler or tape

Level

Scissors

measure

REQUIREMENTS

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.

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Adjustable

Some models require 230/208-volt a.c.,
protected with a time delay fuse or circuit
breaker. These models should be installed
on their own single branch circuit for
best performance
and to prevent
overloading
house or apartment wiring
circuits, which could cause a possible
fire hazard from overheating
wires.

or knife

Power cord includes a current interrupter
device. A test and reset button is provided on
the plug 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 air conditioner
and contact a qualified service technician.

Installation

Instructions

PARTS INCLUDED
(Appearance

Window
sash seal

may vary)

Left
accordion
panel

Foam top

moruT°_ingwindow

gasket_

Right
accordion
panel

--

Window locking
bracket (2)

Type A (6)

V-support

(2)

Bolt (2) & nuts (2)

Type B (4)

Type C (7)

Type D (6)

10

Type E (4)

Type F (2)

Installation instructions
[]

WINDOW

REQUIREMENTS

• These instructions

[] REMOVE THE AIR CONDITIONER
FROM THE CASE

are for a standard

double-hung
window. You will need to
modify them for other types of windows.

IAq Remove the locking screw and locking
bracket from the lower frame. Save to
reinstall later.

• The air conditioner
can be installed
without
the accordion
panels if needed
to fit in a narrow window.
See the
window

opening

• All supporting
to firm wood,

I_q Remove the ground
L_J reinstall later.

screw and save to

dimensions.

parts must be secured
masonry
or metal.

• The electrical
outlet must
reach of the power cord.

be within

[

j
[Y====8
18" min.
Remove the ground screw
and save to reinstall later

30" to 41"
(With accordion panels)

[]

/

j-

Slide the air conditioner
from the case by
gripping the base pan handle and pulling
forward while bracing the case.

1[
26W' min.
(Without accordion panels)

[]

STORM WINDOW
A storm

window

frame

REQUIREMENTS
will

not allow the

air conditioner
to tilt toward the outside,
and will keep it from draining
properly.
To adjust for this, attach a piece of wood
to the stool.
WOOD
WIDTH:

PIECES-

[] PREPARE THE WINDOW

2"

LENGTH: Long
window
frame.

enough

to fit inside

Cut the window sash seal to the proper
length. Peel off the backing and attach the
seal to the underside of the window
sash.

the

THICKNESS:
To determine
the thickness,
place a piece of wood on the stool to
make it 1/2" higher than the top of the
storm window
frame.
Attach securely with nails
provided
by the installer.

or screws

+
1/2" higher
than frame

Stoo

Storm
window
frame

11

Installation

Instructions
[]

[]

PREPARE THE CASE

[]

Install the top mounting
rail with 4 type B
screws from the inside of the case.

[]

INSTALL THE CASE
IN THE WINDOW
Carefully slide the case into the window and
center the case. Lower the window behind
the top mounting
rail. Pull the bottom of the
case forward so that the bottom mounting
rail is tight against the back of the window
stool. Mount the case to the window sill using
4 type E screws. Drill pilot holes, if necessary.

[]

Insert the frames for the accordion
panels
into the top mounting
rail and the bottom
frame guides. Attach the accordion panels
to the side of the case using 3 type A screws
on each side.

Stool

Note: When attaching the accordion panels,
make sure to only screw the inner panels
to the case sides.
Top mounting

[]

Make sure the bolts and nuts are all of the
way in both the left and right V-supports.

rail

Bolt an__

Type A
screws

BACK

[]

Bottom mounting

rail

Position the V-supports on the case bottom
so that they will be near the outside wall,
Attach a V-support to each side of the
bottom of the case using type C screws,
3 on each side.

V-support

12

Installation instructions
[]
[]

[]

INSTALL THE CASE
IN THE WINDOW (cont.)
Use a wood block (obtained locally) between
the leveling bolts and the wall if the wall is
weak or if the weight of the air conditioner
falls between the studs in the wall.

Adjust the leveling bolts and nuts against the
outside wall so that the case has a slight tilt
to the outside. Tighten nuts with an adjustable
wrench. Use a level; about a 1/2 bubble will
be the correct case slant to the outside.

[]

INSTALL SUPPORT BRACKETS
AND THE FOAM TOP WINDOW
GASKET

[]

Drill pilot holes and attach the support
brackets with two type D screws, one on
each side.

[]

Cut the foam top window
window
width.

[]

Stuff the foam between the glass and the
window
to prevent air and insects from
getting into the room.

//

[]

Extend the left and right accordion panels
to the vertical window sashes. Drill pilot
holes and attach the top and bottom corners
with 4 type D screws.
Top mounting

rail

Type D
screw
screw

Type D
screw

Type D
screw

13

gasket

I 1

to the

Installation
[]
[]

Instructions

INSTALL THE AIR CONDITIONER
IN THE CASE
Make sure the ground
wire is off to the side
and slide the air
conditioner
into the

[]

INSTALL THE AIR CONDITIONER
IN THE CASE (cont.)

[]

Pull the coiled power cord from its shipped
position in the air discharge area. Attach
the front grille frame to the case by inserting
the tabs on the grille frame into the slots
on the front top of the case.

j

case. Do not push
on the controls or the
finned coils. Make
sure the air
conditioner
is
firmly seated,
[]

Reinstall the locking
removed earlier.

bracket and screw
Guide the lever carefully
through the grille frame
as you push it in.

[]
[]

Reconnect the ground wire to the air
conditioner
using the screw removed earlier.
IMPORTANT: The ground wire must be
reinstalled
to ensure a proper ground.

Press the grille frame in around the power
cord on the right side. Secure the grille with
a type F (painted) screw on each side and a
type C screw in the front.

Type F
screw

L

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Type

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Remove the front grille from
remove the shipping tape,

[]

Grasp the inlet grille at the bottom corners
and pull it forward. Unhook it from its top
hinges and set it aside.

[]

its box and

Using the tab, pull up slightly on the filter
to release it and pull it down and out.

14

Iqq Reinstall
LJJ

the filter,

[]

the inlet grille. Connect

Reinstall

C screw

power.

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Possible Causes
Air conditioner
doesnotstart

What To Do

The air conditioner
is unplugged.

• Make sure the air conditioner
into the outlet.

The

• Check

fuse

is blown/circuit

breaker

is tripped,

Power

the

failure.

the

house

fllse/circuit

fllse or reset

• The

unit

used
• There

the

breaker

power

re-start

in the

tiine

tripping

delay

oI the

current

device

interrupter

is tripped.

RESETbutton

• Press

the

• If the

RESETbuttou

located

will not

use of tile air conditioner
tech nicia n.

Air conditionerdoesnot

Airflow

is restricted.

• Make

cool as itshould

sure

blocking
The

temp

control

may not

• On

models

with

• On

air Filter is dirty.

the

on

cooling

For this
tot

the power

contact

curtnins,

3 ininutes)

overload.

cord

plug.

discontinue
a qu;dilied

selMce

or flJrniture

blinds

of tile air couditionel:

tl)uch

with

pads:/n

control

to a higher

• Clean

last

Cool mode,

tile

press

the

pad.

models

knob

settings

st;Iv euml,_ed

and

are no

fl'out

Decrease •

be set correctly.

The

there
tile

replace

(approxinlately

compressor

reason,
the unit may not start nomml
3 minutes
after it is turned
back on.
The

and

is restored.

is a protective

to prevent

box

completely

breakei:

will automatically

after the

plug is pushed

knobs,

turn

tile

temperature

utmibel:

filter

at least

every

30 dm_s. See the

OperatingInstructions sectiol_.
The

room

Cold

lnay have

been

hot.

air is escaping.

• _l/en
allow

tile air conditioner
time ti)r tile room

• Check

fi)r open

• Set tile
Cooling
Air conditioner

Ice

freezingup

stops
from

coils

blocks

have

the air

iced
flow

flU'hate

floor

registel.s

vent

to tile

air conditioner's

up.

• See

"Air conditioner

and

• On

models

the air conditioner
cooling the room.

ix filst turued
to cool (h)wn.

with

ou,

;rod cold

closed

to

}'l)//need

air returns.

position.

freezing up" beh)w.

control

knobs,

set the

mode

control

at

HighFan or HighCoolwith the Tempat I or 2.
• On
or

models

with

touch

HighCooland

pads,

set the

set the

controls

themlostat

High Fan

at

to a higher

tel//pel';Itt/l'e.

Theremotecontrol

The

is not working

incorrectly,
The

Water

drips ontside

The
tilted

collects

in

may be dead.
and

properly

not

air conditioner
to the

is not

outside,

is removed

from

the outdoor

A power

or interruption

outage

position

in the
the

• This

batteries.
(+) and

They
(-)

should

be

direction.

batteries.

water

slightly

fl'om

ix hernial

hmnidity;

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of tile

opposite

ix nlmual.

• For proper
slants

blows it against
condenser
coil.

occurred,

tile

• Replace
• This

indoor
air and drains into
rear of a cabinet
where
a fml

Delay 1-24hrfeature

• Check
inserted

batteries

Moisture

base pan

working

are hlserted

Excessively
hot
hmnid
weather.

Water drips indoors

Water

batteries

unit

nlnmal

disposal,
the

make

sure

case fl'out

for a short

period

for a hmger

will autou/atically

after the pl>wer ix restored./f
set, it will l'eStlll/e cot/utdowu.
time if desired.

the

to the
in areas

peliod

re-start

Delay

_)t/

Ill;IV

with

little

in very humid

in tile

the

air conditioner
re;u:

settings

areas.

last used

1-24hrfeature
was
need to set a Ile%v

15

Troubleshooting
tips.
Normal Operating Sounds
_: Ym

may

picked

hear

a pinging

up and

thrown

days or when

tile humidi

helps

moistm'e

remove

::Ji::Ym may hear
cycles on and

16

noise
against

caused
tile

V is high.
and

the them/ostat
off.

improve

by water

condenser
This

design

being
on

rainv
teatm'e

efficiency.

click when

the

!i?:X4_Ker will collect
or on rain)
tile outdoor
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compressor

in tile

base

pan

days. The water inav
side of tile trait.

lilil ill}l] i'[in

exen

when

tile

dufin(*_ high, hmniditv
oxerflow

COilll)i'essoi"

and

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does

fl'om

not,

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