Question about GE Zoneline Deluxe Series Cooling & Electric Heat Unit AZ25E07D3B

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GE zoneline 5000

Unit flips from heat to cool during operation

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  • mopar440man May 11, 2010

    is the t-stat set to auto

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SOURCE: I WANT TO BUY THE UNIT WHICH CHANGE HEATING AND COOLING AND TEMPERATURE UNIT FOR GE ZONELINE

WITH ANY OF THESE UNITS YOU CAN WIRE AN EXTERNAL THERMOSTAT WICH WILL ACOMPLISH THIS, JUST MAKE SURE YOU PURCHASE A T-STAT WITH A HEAT / COOL AUTO CHANGE OVER.

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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SOURCE: GE Zoneline 2100 heater/ac won't heat/doesn't shut off

Unplug them and wash out the condenser coils outside then check them again. See if there is any change.

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Problem with GE Zoneline 5200 model

Heat pumps have saftey circuits that prevent liquid flooding of the compressor. Inadequate airflow across the evaporator in cooling can trip this circuit. Have your package unit serviced with particular attention to cleaning the evaporator coil and be sure your filters are clean and changed frequently in the summer months. Hope this helps GL!

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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Why is there a ***** smell?


I worked extensively on GE Zoneline AZ Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps while a Maintenance Superintendent at a Senior Citizen's Apartment Complex. Not knowing what type of smell to which you are referring, I can assure you that other than "burnt electrical" smells, the only smell that could possibly be produced would be that from within the INDOOR SPACE. Perhaps something has made its way into the INDOOR AIR FILTER? Perhaps that INDOOR AIR FILTER needs to be cleaned. To clean the INDOOR AIR FILTER, simply lift both of the filters from the front cover, take to your clean bath tub. Run EXTREMELY HOT WATER from the back of the filter to the front of the filter. Then, fill your bathtub 1/4 way with EXTREMELY HOT WATER. Add 1 cup of Hydrogen Peroxide and 1 cup of Real Lemon Juice. Set both filters in this solution for 30 minutes; then rinse with clear water. Set filters up to dry for at least 2 hours in the sun or an air breeze. Replace filters into the GE Zoneline.

Also, not knowing how OLD your GE Zoneline system is, the COILS may need to be cleaned. To do this, simply turn OFF your GE Zoneline unit and remove the front COVER of the unit. Next, mix in a spray bottle 4 packets of LEMON flavored KOOL-AID (without SUGAR) and water. Shake well. Spray the INDOOR COILS of your GE Zoneline unit with the entire contents of this mixture. Let set for at least 10 minutes. Then turn your GE Zoneline to the COOL position. The citric acid in the lemon kool-aid will be forced through the coils to continue to remove any dirt, dust, debris and effectively CLEAN those coils. This will also provide you a LEMONLY odor within your room. Simple and cheap.

Enjoy your GE Zoneline unit.

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Heating and air unit electrical manual


http://www.geappliances.com/products/introductions/zoneline/literature.htm

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What are the setings for the dip switches model az28e12dabm3


We have the 2800 series manual posted online. You can get it at our GE Zoneline page.
http://www.airdistributors.com/userfiles/file/zoneline_2800_AE_manual.pdf

Generally, the default settings work best, unless you want to set temperature limiting.

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Cold Air Penetrating from around & thru GE Zoneline 2100 Unit


There is a baffle/damper that allows outside fresh air to flow through the unit. This is only supposed to be open in cooling mode when the outside temp is moderate, or whenever you want just fresh air and fan operation.

Find the lever that controlls the baffle.

Some units have a switch in the control panel for this.

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GE Room Heat/Cool unit will not heat with heat pump


If it was me I would cnage the sensor first. Simply because it is way cheaper than the control board and these sensors are fickle as hell to begin with.

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How to best run this thing


Hi Laurelrobin,
When the unit is on "low fan", it is fan only, and is recirculating room air. If the damper is open, it can also bring in outside air. If the space is not occupied for extended periods, it's OK to turn the unit "OFF", as long as you have a newer unit with Heat Sentinel, and the Heat Sentinel is turned on. Heat Sentinel will not let the room temp get above 85F, as long as the unit is OFF. Also, in most cases it's best to keep the damper closed. You can check your owner's manual for more info on the Heat Sentinel and other auxiliary functions. I also have an article on the temperature limiting functions of the GE Zoneline.

Feel free to contact me at greg.mcnary(at)airdistributors.com if you need further info.

Greg McNary
Air Distributors Company, Inc.
Louisville, KY
Distributors for GE Zoneline PTAC Units, Zoneiare PTAC Units, and McQuay PTAC Units.

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Problem with GE Zoneline 5200 model


Heat pumps have saftey circuits that prevent liquid flooding of the compressor. Inadequate airflow across the evaporator in cooling can trip this circuit. Have your package unit serviced with particular attention to cleaning the evaporator coil and be sure your filters are clean and changed frequently in the summer months. Hope this helps GL!

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I WANT TO BUY THE UNIT WHICH CHANGE HEATING AND COOLING AND TEMPERATURE UNIT FOR GE ZONELINE


WITH ANY OF THESE UNITS YOU CAN WIRE AN EXTERNAL THERMOSTAT WICH WILL ACOMPLISH THIS, JUST MAKE SURE YOU PURCHASE A T-STAT WITH A HEAT / COOL AUTO CHANGE OVER.

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