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I bought a GE Air Conditioner at Walmart yesterday, we installed it. When we turned it on to cool the house down,the compressor came on and made a high pitch sound. When the fan is on it does not make the sound. Just when the compressor comes on, Model# AEW10AJS1 AEW10AJS1

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Does the high pitched sounded continue or does it just occur when you turn the compressor on. Does it go off? If so, how long does it take? Please email me at whd2@columbia.edu Thanks very much. Bill Depperman

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Tack it back, either lack of oil or it was stored upside-down.

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