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You answered me about my a/c heating unit by GE, with no model number. Between the fan, a/c and heat, the heat was the only part that worked. You needed to know if it was central air or a window unit. It is actually through my wall. The only parts on it I can actually see are the two knobs, six buttons and the round filter. I don't know if this helps but thanks for trying.

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