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GE AGQ08AH Air Conditioner

How can I turn off the "beep" when settings are changed, either remotely or on the unit? The dog thinks it is an Invisible Fence warning.

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  • Robert Frerichs May 28, 2007

    I was hoping there was a secret code like TiVo has for many extras. The "beeper" is on the circuit board and I was unable to cut wires to it, but the top was popped off and it went silent. Thanks!

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To reduce cost, many manufacturers have trimmed off many "extra" functions. i believe your unit had the feature to silence settings change removed to reduce cost. if you think you are up to it, do the following: open it, find the alarm beeper (may be on a circuit board) then cut one wire leading to it. if on circuit board then crush the beeper with vice grips if cannot de-solder it

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