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What trips? If you are referring to the circuit breaker then I suspect the breaker is not sufficient for the power the unit draws. Beware installing a higher amperage breaker. First be sure the wiring and all bomponents are adequate.

GE Zoneline In... | Answered on Dec 30, 2015

it depends on thermostat setting. compressor might be going off on a safety.

GE Zoneline In... | Answered on Aug 10, 2015

This is a bit complicated. Turn off power by unplugging it or turn off breaker/disconnect. On the comp you have 3 terminals, C, S, R. (Common start and run). You need to mark, label, or write down what wire goes to what terminal(red to run, black to common.....ect. Remove all 3 wires from the comp. Using a volt/ohm meter set to the ohms position, measure the resistance between common & start, common & run, run & start or C to S, C to R, R to S. All three readings should give a different reading. If all terminals are equal readings or if any terminal shows open or (infinite resistance) then the comp is damaged. Also test each terminal to ground by touching 1 lead to 1 terminal and the other lead to metal housing of unit ensuring you are touching metal and not paint. If any terminal shows a reading, other than infinite, to ground then the compressor is damaged.

GE Zoneline In... | Answered on Jun 06, 2015

Either your household wiring has inverted hot/neutral or no ground connection, or the GFCI plug on the air conditioner is defective and needs to be replaced. Either way, you have some work to do: Using a circuit test plug (available everywhere inexpensively), verify that there is not a wiring issue with the outlet, and rewire the outlet as necessary. Once wiring is verified, if the GFCI plug on the air conditioner still trips, just replace the GFCI plug end, and done.

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GE Zoneline In... | Answered on Aug 20, 2014

short of gas. Check for leak and arrest it. Then vacum and do gas charging.

GE Zoneline In... | Answered on Aug 18, 2012

respected sir,
I am used in godrej split ac now AC starting the time is okey but after two or three minitues showing F6 .How can solve the problem please help me.
Thanking your sir,

GE Heating &... | Answered on Dec 31, 2019

If your furnace is older than 1978 it has a standing pilot, which means it exists full time and is not intermittent in operation requiring a spark or hot surface ignition to ignite the pilot or pilot rail leading to the main burners.
If you depress the pilot valve button and light the pilot and hold it in for a minute maybe 2 and it drops out, the thermocouple is usually why. The thermocouple creates 30 millivolts of electricity, this is not very much power a millivolt is 1/1000th of one volt.
The 30 mv power is enough to hold the pilot valve open after you release the button after lighting the pilot, the replacement of the thermocouple is easy and they are available at any hardware store, they come in varying lengths, it is better to get one a bit longer than not long enough, you can loop the remainder.

GE Heating &... | Answered on Oct 15, 2019

You can certainly drill your own drain hole.

your problem is that you have the unit set too cold and the unit is not large enough for the size of the room. The evaporator coils are so cold they are condensing the moist air going through it.

to get rid of the smell, add a tablespoon of bleach to the water. leave it a day and then drill a hole.

GE Heating &... | Answered on Sep 13, 2019

you may find a diagram inside the electric controls panel, or somewhere on the unit. Wishing you good luck with it.

GE Heating &... | Answered on Aug 27, 2019

It would have cooling intake and exhaust outside air for the outdoor coil or radiator and the inside cool air inside. Tilt back so any condensation drains outside dripping in mid air.
If it won't fit on the window opening, then it is too big and should not be installed without modification, a difficult situation.

GE Heating &... | Answered on Aug 27, 2019

I would look for it inside the electric control panel or somewhere on the ac

GE Heating &... | Answered on Aug 08, 2019

Because it is a refrigeration device based on a freezer and a big fan. It sounds like it is doing a good job! Back off the thermostat a couple of degrees.


GE Heating &... | Answered on Jun 28, 2019

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