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Air Conditioner

Owner's Manual
Important Safety Information
Operating Instructions
The Controls on Your Air Conditioner
Care of Product
Installation Instructions
Important Electrical Safety
Installing a J-Model in an Existing Wall Case
Helpful Information
Things That Are Normal
If Something Goes Wrong
Before You Call for Service
GE Service Numbers
Warranty
GE Answer Center
800.626.2000
GE Appliances
49-7361-1
2-98 CG
Chassis Only
Cool Only:
Heat/Cool:
Heat Pump: AJHS 08, 10
®
AJCH 08, 10
AC
AJCH 10, 12
DC
AJCS 06
LC
AJCS 08, 10,
AC
AJCS 09, 10, 12 DC
AJES 09, 10, 12 DC
AJEH 12
DC
DC
3
4
8
11
12

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  Summary of Contents for GE AJCH12DC

  • Page 1: Air Conditioner

    Operating Instructions The Controls on Your Air Conditioner Care of Product Installation Instructions Important Electrical Safety Installing a J-Model in an Existing Wall Case Helpful Information Things That Are Normal If Something Goes Wrong Before You Call for Service GE Service Numbers Warranty ®...
  • Page 2: Need Help

    Write down the model and serial Staple your receipt to the inside back numbers here. They are on a label cover of this manual. You will need it on the front of the control box to obtain service under warranty.
  • Page 3: Important Safety Information

    Extension Cord 115V The use of an extension cord is not CAUTION: recommended. However, if an DO NOT use an extension cord with extension cord is required to reach any of the 208/230-volt models.
  • Page 4: Temp Control

    If you move the switch from a cool or heat setting When the outdoor temperature is lower than to OFF or to a fan setting, wait at least 3 minutes 25 F., heat is provided by the electric heater in before switching back to a cool or heat setting.
  • Page 5: Fan Switch

    The normal range of the temp control is approx- louvers side-to-side to direct the air left or right. imately 60 F to 85 F. The control range may be narrowed by the use of the temperature limiting screws located behind the control panel.
  • Page 6: Care & Cleaning

    Grille To remove: Pull out from the bottom and lift up from the tabs on the top of the Grille case.
  • Page 7 The most important thing you can To maintain optimum do to maintain the air conditioner performance, clean is to clean the filter at least every 30 the filter at least days. Clogged filters reduce cool- every 30 days. ing, heating and airflow.
  • Page 8: Installation Instructions

    P P a a r r a a l l l l e e l l P P e e r r p p e e n n d d i i c c u u l l a a r r T T a a n n d d e e m m 115V.
  • Page 9 J-Model Qualifying Questions 3 What is the model number of the chassis currently IMPORTANT! in use? What is the model (or Type) number of the GE strongly recommends the removal of the wall case currently in use? old wall case and the installation of a new Frequently, the J-model adapter kit will apply to GE Wall Case.
  • Page 10 Base cord Clamp 2 Remove the shipping pad inside the air 6 When the wall outlet is to the left, extend the conditioner next to the compressor. cord under the unit and hold it in place with the clamp. Power cord Clamp 7 Attach the front grille.
  • Page 11: Helpful Information

    You may hear the thermostat click when the compressor cycles on and off. Water will collect in the base pan during high humidity or on rainy days. The water may overflow and drip from the outdoor side D R I P of the unit.
  • Page 12: If Something Goes Wrong

    3 minutes to restart the air conditioner to prevent tripping of the compressor overload. • There is a protective time delay (up to 3 minutes) in the heat/cool and heat pump models. Wait 3 minutes for the air conditioner to resume heating or cooling.
  • Page 13 Notes...
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  • Page 15: Ge Service Numbers

    Our factory-trained technicians know your appliance inside and out— scheduled at a time that’s 800-GE-CARES convenient for you. so most repairs can be handled in (800-432-2737) just one visit. Service Contracts With a service contract GE With a multiple-year contract, Consumer Service will still be there you’re assured of future service at...
  • Page 16: Air Conditioner Warranty

    Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. To know what your legal rights are in your state, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state’s Attorney General.