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My GE AC starts to beep when I only turn it on for a while

My GE window AC started to beep. The temp screen blink with the beep.
If I hit the power reset and works for few more mins. Basically still not working and continue to beep.

Any ideas what is wrong?

Like to see if this is easy fix or I will need a new one.

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My GE would start beeping and beep and display 2 - 24. It would stop for a while t8hen do it again and again. I took the rectangular remote sensor/display loose (two screws on the bottom) and pulled the bottom out slightly. Then blew it all out with compressed air in a can. Put the board back in place, put the screws back in and turned it on. Been a week. No more beeps.

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Probably a bad sensor. Remove the sensor and clean it good or replace it. Todays newer stuff relies on a sensor to tell the beard what the conditins are in the house. The board sends a small dc voltage through the sensor and measures the sensor. Changes in temperature cause the voltage to fluctuate and this tells the brain when to shut down the machine. Long story short the sensor thinks the house is cool enough. Less than 5 bucks a sensor is easy to change out. It has a quick connect, check it for corrosion, with any luck all you need to do is clean it up.

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