Question about GE Air Conditioners
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
SOURCE: wiring diagram
The white wire is nuetral, if you are trying to make a shop fan or something like that then you hook it to the white wire which goes to the wide spade on the outlet. The black one which is the hot and goes to the smaller blade (looking at an outlet in the U.S. on the right hand side) on the plug and should be for one speed operation. The other three should be capped off if you use it this way. If not, then cap off the black on on the motor and run the hot wire on the plug through a three stage switch. To find what speed corresponds to what wire you have to check resistance to the white wire and the lower the resistance, the higher the speed and hook up to switch accordingly. Also, ground the case with a solderless ring connector under a mounting screw attached to the ground prong on plug. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
SOURCE: G E A/C Wiring
There should be one on the inside of the electrical control panel cover inside the unit.
Alternative would be to contact GE. I just checked quickly, and did not find one, but I'm sure they have them. The circuit should not be too difficult anyway.
Tell me what your specific probelm is, I might be able to walk you through it.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
If you google Coleman rooftop air conditioners on your computer, it will give you some dealers that sell that air conditioner and they should be able to help you or tell you where you can get the help.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
SOURCE: air conditioner wiring diagrams
What brand of A/C is it? Are you looking for the thermostat wiring? Different Brands use different wiring, but the usual is as follows:
R terminal at furnace is 24 volt Hot
W is the control for the heating cycle
G is used to start the furnace blower
Y is used to start the outdoor A/C
B or X depending on Brand is the 24 volt common
Yellow and B or blue is the other wire that goes to the outdoor unit
If you want more info, I need Brand, and type of unit, gas furnace and A/C, electric furnace and A/C, or is it a heat pump for the outdoor unit?
Hope this helps./
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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