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GE heater/AC wall unit (like in motels) Model AZ28E12DAB M1. It won't heat; it blows but no heat.

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    Yeah. Same here. GE doesn't seem to have good support, not to mention product design. Thomas Edison would shriek if he knew his baby had ballooned into such an abysmal behmoth.

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The board or the thermistor needs replaced on the unit. Make sure your heating and cooling technician checks to make sure the heat s function on the left side of the main board is positioned to ON.

Emily
B. Cook & Son Plumbing & Heating
11 E. Mechanic St.
Wapakoneta, OH 45895
419/738-8956

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