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What do you call the clear plastic shield that sits on top of the unit to keep the curtains in the room from blowing up

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We call it an air deflector, some one else may call it some thing else.

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I am getting a message saying the Curtain Open and I can't get my ice machine to come on?


I didn't think their smaller units had a curtain, but it is referring to the plastic shield that hangs in front of the ice making grid or evaporator. This must be closed for the unit to run and there is a magnetic reed switch located on the bottom right hand corner of the curtain to prove that it is closed. Actually the magnet is in the curtain and the reed switch is snapped into the side of the grid. Make sure the curtain is in place and the magnet has not broken off. If that is in tact look to see if the reed switch is in tight. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A CURTAIN... some units had a small plastic flapper at the bottom of the grid that was activated whenever ice dropped. Same system though with a magnet and reed switch. The magnets on some of these curtains and flappers were just surface mounted with some kind of adhesive and others have it captured inside of a plastic pocket made into the curtain. So if you don't see a magnet look for a spot where it used to be. If you want to prove this is the problem just get a magnet and hold it up to that spot for about 10 seconds and see if the unit cycles on. You will then have to order a new curtain or flapper or attach a magnet to the broken spot somehow.

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GE PTAC 5500 series cooling and then blowing hot


Cooling gas is missing. Call some AC service in near to fill it, ask more of them for price. Do not switch it on until you solve this to prevent higher damage.

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How do I keep my dining room chairs from scraping my parquet floors?


You have a few options to keep you chairs form scrappingyour floor. Although not necessarily astaticallypleasing, you could put an area rug under your table and chairs. The most popular remedy is little plasticdiscs that use self-adhesive to attach to the legs of the chair. You can also get "fabric backed coaster cups"which are little bits of fabric that are attached to the legs. The other option is clear plastic mats thatthe chairs sit on top of (like for swivel chairs in offices.)

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Installed Amana PTAC DigiSmart unit in a patio room, a entertainment bar is located about three feet (3) in front of unit and not the room. The unit only heat and cool the area between unit and the bar...


I have seen this happen many times and if you cannot relocate the bulb of the thermostat to keep it form short cycling, I have mounted a wall thermostat and disconnected the thermostat in the PTAC and wired it in to the wall stat. You may have to install a wall stat in the center of the room away from the bar.

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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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