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Ge ptac throws gfci

Unit throws the gfci button on the plug when the ac in on . . . accumilates a lot of water, excessive water. . . temperature controls are real flakey . . . we have been changing from amana to ge for about 2 years, (we have about 55 ge units out of 115) and our first ge units are beginning to drop out. I have had three ge units with the same problem in the last week. I have others that the temperature control seems to have no effect.

Should these units be under a warranty? If I work on them will it negate any warranty?

If I work on them where should I start??

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If the units are worked on by someone who is not GE approved service tech, yes it can void your warranty. If these units are not properly installed it could be why you have excess moisture. A slight tilt toward the rear of the unit gives better moisture drainage to the outside.

Posted on May 17, 2008

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