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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION.
READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING.
WARNING!
For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire, electric shock
or personal injury.
SAFETYPRECAUTIONS
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purpose
as described
in this Owner's
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This
air conditioner
must
be properly
installed
in accordance
xdth
the
Installation
Instructions
befk)re
it is used.
Never
unplug
your
air conditioner
by pulling
on
the
power
cord.
Always _-ip
plug
firmly
and
pull
straight
out
flom
the
receptacle.
Replace immediately
'allelectric
ser\@e
cords that have become
flayed 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 len_h
or at either
the plug or connector
end.
Turn the unit
OFFand
unplug
your air
conditioner
before cleaning.
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GE does
not
support
any ser\,icing
of the
air
conditioner
We strongly
recommend
that
you
do
not
attempt
to ser\,ice
the
air
conditioner
yoursel£
For your
sNety...do
not
store
or use
combustible
materials,
gasoline
or other
flammable
vapors
or liquids
in the
x,icinity
of this
or any
other
appliance.
All
air
conditioners
contain
refligerants,
which
under
federal
law must
be removed
prior
to product
disposal.
If you
are
getting
rid
of an old product
with
refrigerants,
check
with
the
company
handling
disposal
about
what
to do.
If the
receptacle
does
not
match
the
plug,
the
receptacle
must
be
changed
out by a
qualified
electrician.
HOWTOCONNECT
ELECTRICITY
Do not, under any circumstances,
cut or remove
the third (ground) prong from the power cord.
For personal safety, this appliance must be
properly grounded.
DO NOT use an adapter plug with this appliance.
The
power
cord
of this
appliance
is equipped
with
a 3-prong
(grounding)
plug
which
mates
with
a standard
3-prong
(grounding)
wall
outlet
to minimize
the
possibility
of electric
shock
hazard
flom
this
appliance.
Power
cord
includes
a current
intermpmr
dex,ice. A test and
reset
button
is prox,ided
on
the
plug
case.
The
dex,ice
should
be tested
on
a
periodic
basis
by first pressing
the
rESrbutton
and
then
the
RESErbutton
while
plugged
into
the
outlet.
If the
rESrbutton
does
not
trip
or if the
RESErbutmn
will not
stay engaged,
discontinue
use
of the
air conditioner
and
contact
a qualified
ser\,ice
technician.
Have
the
wall outlet
and
circuit
checked
by
a qualified
electrician
to make
sure
the
outlet
is properly
_ounded.
Where
a 2-prong wall outlet is encounmred,
it is your personal
responsibility
and obligation
to have it replaced
with a properly
grounded
3-prong wall outlet.
The
air conditioner
should
always be plugged
into
its own indix,idual
electrical
outlet
which
has
a voltage
rating
that
matches
the
rating
plate.
This
prox,ides
the
best
perfk_rmance
and
also
prevents
overloading
house
xdring
circuits
which
could
cause
a fire
hazard
flom
overheated
xdres.
See
the
Installation
Instructions,
Electrical
Requirements
section
f_r
specific
electrical
connection
requirements.
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