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E4 ERROR MESSAGE ON SCREEN OF GE PORTABLE AC MODEL APE08AJM1

I'm getting an E4 message when trying to connect the portable ac. It is powering on and the fan is working all right. I tried taking the water bucket out and putting it in again,,,,but no luck.
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WATER BUCKET IS THE FAULT
the switch is more likely the cause try removing bucket and pressing lever manualy by hand then start it up again if it works you know the prob as this was mine the plastic connection aint the best

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Just got ape08aj-m1,unit will not power up. power cord,breaker, and fuses all o.k. no display on lcd panel ,no audible sounds.

Posted on Apr 27, 2011

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