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GE air conditioner ASM08LLS1 Problem: Cannot remove air conditioner from its casing. Both Phillips head screws have been removed from sides of casing. Instructions say, "slide the air conditioner from the case by gripping the base pan handle and pulling forward while bracing the case. Fact: there is no base pan handle. there is nothing to hold on to. Nothing. Please advise. Soon. It's hot today. Leonard

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If its in a window make sure no one put a screw on the outside when mounting it.
it takes 2 to pull one out sometimes as the water ,goop ,rust gets under the tray.
I assume you removed the front.
the base pan is all you can really pull on hard but you can do some pulling on the sides just be gentle. lol.


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