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Does anyone know where I can get a copy of a wiring diagram? I am needing a wiring diagram for GE room air cooler AJJ09DVF1. If you have one, can you e-mail it to me at gfdorado@yahoo.com . It is an appliance emergency. Thanks!

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My Kenmore AC - #106-9752570 is also blowing out black particles that resemples felt. I put a new filter in a month ago. The button just above the on/off switch on the left front of unit has 3 settings (to the left/Fresh Air---to the right/Exhaust---and to the Top/Closed) The button is set on Closed & I can't move it to the 2 other settings. Could that be the problem?
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