Question about Carrier Heating & Cooling
Get yourself up to the machine on a safe platform. Remove any covers that will come off easy, or tie them up out of the way. Remov e the filters. Often the whole front can be removed by just taking out a couple of screws.
Once exposed, look for something out of place. Put the louver back where it belongs to see how the hinge works. It may have jumped out of it's proper position. Ease it back in position and check it for freedom of movement. If it looks good, put it all back together.
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most fan motors are allergic to water. You should carefully examine the places where rain could go and decide whether GE has sold you a risky situation. After all, they have left it up to you to make the decision.
I wouldn't buy one with openings on the top and I wouldn't keep one after GE has demonstrated that not responding is the kind of help you will receive.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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