GE SG SERIES 10 user manual

User manual for the device GE SG SERIES 10

Device: GE SG SERIES 10
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Date of adding : 2013-11-19 18:26:41
Number of pages: 68
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING. WARNING! For your safety, 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 for its intended  Turn the mode control OFF and unplug purpose as described in this Owner’s your air conditioner before making any Manual. repairs or cleaning.  This air conditioner must be properly NOTE: We strongly recommend that any installed

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Safety Instructions Operating Instructions Care and Cleaning Installation Instructions Troubleshooting Tips Consumer Support www.GEAppliances.com WARNING! USE OF EXTENSION CORDS—115-Volt models only Because of potential safety hazards under CAUTION: certain 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. However, if you must use an extension cord, it is absolutely necessary that it be a UL-listed, 14 gaug

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Safety Instructions Operating Instructions Care and Cleaning Installation Instructions Troubleshooting Tips Consumer Support www.GEAppliances.com COOL MODE Remote Control become cooler. Set the thermostat at a higher number and the indoor air will become warmer. 1. Press COOL pad. NOTE: If the air conditioner is off and is then turned on 2. Press LOW, MED or HI pads to set desired fan speed. while set to COOL, it will take approximately 3 minutes for the compressor to start and cooling to begin.

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R E R L E O L O O C O C About the controls on the air conditioner—models with control knobs. LOW FAN HIGH OFF FAN LOW LOW HEAT COOL HIGH HIGH HEAT COOL OFF LOW LOW FAN COOL HIGH HIGH FAN COOL MODE CONTROL TEMP CONTROL Controls Mode Control Temp Control HIGH COOL and LOW COOL provide cooling The temp control is used to maintain the with different fan speeds. room temperature. The compressor will cycle on and off to keep the room at the HIGH HEAT and LOW HEAT provide heating same level of comfort.

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Safety Instructions Operating Instructions Care and Cleaning Installation Instructions Troubleshooting Tips Consumer Support www.GEAppliances.com Fan Switch On Heat/Cool models, the fan switch lever is located in a hole through the control panel. To reach it, you need to remove the front grille. Use a small screwdriver to change the setting. Cool only models have a rocker switch on the front of the control box. When set at CYCLE (down) the fan cycles on and off when cooling or heating. When set

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Safety Instructions Operating Instructions Care and Cleaning Installation Instructions Troubleshooting Tips Consumer Support www.GEAppliances.com To maintain optimum performance, clean the filter at least every 30 days. Air Filter To remove the air filter, on other models: FRONT FRONT Pull it down. Dirty filter—Needs cleaning Clogged filter—Greatly reduces cooling, heating and airflow. Turn the air conditioner off before cleaning. The most important thing you can do to maintain the air condition

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Installation Air Conditioner Instructions Questions? Call 800.GE.CARES (800.432.2737) or Visit our Website at: www.GEAppliances.com BEFORE YOU BEGIN CAUTION: Do not, under any circumstances, cut or remove the third (ground) prong from the power cord. Read these instructions completely and carefully. Do not change the plug on the power cord • IMPORTANT — Save these instructions of this air conditioner. for local inspector’s use. Aluminum house wiring may present special problems—consult a qualif

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Installation Instructions Read these instructions completely and carefully. TOOLS YOU MAY NEED Phillips head screwdriver Scissors or knife Drill Hand or Saber Saw Pencil Adjustable Wrench Level Ruler or Tape Measure GE KIT NUMBERS USE GE KIT NUMBER: FOR: DESCRIPTION: RAK56A100 GE RAB13, 14 & 15 Fits all GE wall cases 26″W x 18″H x 24″D (ACLB & RCL Chassis) RAK1072 Hotpoint ACXB10 & 11 Adapts an older Hotpoint wall case to a “J” (ACTB Chassis) model chassis. Fits Hotpoint wall cases 3 7 5 25 ⁄

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Installation Instructions INSTALLING A J-MODEL IN AN EXISTING WALL CASE Read these instructions completely and carefully. 1 REMOVE LOCKING PLATE ON 4 REINSTALL LOCKING PLATE WITH FRONT LEFT SIDE TAB BEHIND WALL CASE FLANGE. TIGHTEN SCREW Locking plate 5 ATTACH POWER CORD TO BASE Remove screw PAN WITH CLAMP Base pan Power cord Clamp 2 REMOVE THREE SHIPPING PADS INSIDE AIR CONDITIONER NEXT TO COMPRESSOR 6 WHEN WALL OUTLET IS TO LEFT, EXTEND CORD UNDER UNIT AND HOLD IT IN PLACE WITH CLAMP Power Rem

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Installation Instructions INSTALLING THROUGH THE WALL Read these instructions completely and carefully. 3 PREPARE OPENING IN WALL SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS FOR 1 AIR CONDITIONER Make certain a wall receptacle is available close to the hole location or make Mortar between the case and the brick all arrangements to install a receptacle. around the case may be undercut at about 45° for improved caulking. The cord length for the 115-volt models is 72″ to the right and 47″ to the left. Inside For the 23

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(holes are on the right) Installation Instructions WINDOW INSTALLATION—OPTIONAL FOR MODELS AJES06LSB, AJES08ASB, AJES10DSB and AJHS08ASB Read these instructions completely and carefully. Vinyl window gasket Sill support bracket (2) Case side gasket (2) 2 angles (left and Foam top right hand) window gasket Spring Case top gasket clip (4) B A Bottom window gasket Right Left side side Filler Window Panels locking bracket Cut panels and discard center piece Air conditioner Support bracket hardware

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Installation Instructions 2 STORM WINDOW REQUIREMENTS WOOD PIECES: WIDTH: 2″ A storm window frame will not allow the air conditioner to tilt towards the outside and will LENGTH: Long enough to fit inside the window keep it from draining properly. To adjust for this, frame. attach a piece of wood to the stool. THICKNESS: To determine the thickness, place a Wood piece of wood on the stool to make it 1/2″ higher 1/2″ higher than the top of the storm window frame. than frame Stool Attach securely wi

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(holes are on the right) Installation Instructions Angle MEASURE, CUT AND INSTALL Gasket 6 FILLER PANELS A Measure from the edge of the panel marks (see Prepare the Window) to the inside of Angle the window track on each side. (A and B) Sill Window track Type C (painted screws) Gasket Panel 3 3 13 ⁄8″ 13 ⁄8″ Tab A B Width of the air conditioner Left side Right side (panel marks) Install the panels in the window. Place the spring D clips 3″ from the top and the bottom. Squeeze B Mark the A and B

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Installation Instructions WINDOW INSTALLATION—OPTIONAL (cont.) 7 E INSTALL CASE IN WINDOW With the window closed, mark where the window sash meets the case. Peel off the backing from the bottom A window gasket. F Peel off the backing from the case top gasket. B Place the gasket on the stool and over the G Hold on to the case, open the window, and brackets, even with the rear edge, sticky place the gasket along the mark on the case. side down. Put the gasket on top of the case where the window

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Installation Instructions 8 INSTALL WINDOW GASKET AND LOCKING BRACKET A Cut the foam top window gasket to the C Attach the window locking bracket with 1 type E screw. window width. B Stuff the foam between the glass and the window to prevent air and insects from getting into the room. 9 REPLACE AIR CONDITIONER IN C When the wall outlet is to the left, extend the cord under the unit and hold it in place with the CASE clamp. A Carefully slide the air conditioner back into the case. Power cord Cla

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Before you call for service… Troubleshooting Tips: Save time and money! Review the chart below first and you may not need to call for service. Problem Possible Causes What To Do Air conditioner The air conditioner • Make sure the air conditioner plug is pushed does not start is unplugged. completely into the outlet. The fuse is blown/circuit • Check the house fuse/circuit breaker box and breaker is tripped. replace the fuse or reset the breaker. Power failure. • If power failure occurs, turn th


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