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GE wall heat pump

Posted by jeanne on October 25th, 2002 11:49 PM
In reply to Heat by Mike on October 25th, 2002 04:50 AM [Go to top of thread]

Hi Mike, thanx for responding...the 220 cartridges were breakers...but they HAD NOT kicked off. When the serviceman came back the unit was not getting any juice that time and he said the circuit breakers weren't any good. That's when I replaced them just in case they had gone bad and did not kick off. I cannot understand how the unit can be so difficult to work on when it just slides out of the sleeve and can set on the floor it's only about six inches off the floor. The unit was never pulled out, just worked on at the knob/switch section. I can't get myself to believe that the compressor would conk out so fast( and GE claims its not available.)To satisfy myself I would like to know if this compressor can be checked with some electrical tester to see if it's dead or alive or is there another way besides letting it run for an hour to see if it will kick off ???? Also if I must replace it can you suggest a reliable heat/AC unit????? Thank You for your time

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