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I want to wire a conventional wall mount thermostat to it. getting NO HELP from GE. can it be done? if so, how?

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  • Joe A H. Mar 22, 2011

    If it is a regular split system then you should be able to mount a regular thermostat.... You will need to post model # of the system and what type you have. Regular AC with a Furnace or Air Handler or is it a Heat Pump with an air Handler. Or is this a through the wall Heat Pump Unit. They all wire differently. Basic AC and Furnace......R Y G W C (Furnace) hook to R Y G W C (Stat) Y C from furnace hook to two low voltage wires from the AC. So you will have two wires landed on Y & C at the furnace.

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Put a line voltage cooling thermostat on the electrical supply wires that feed the air conditioner. Set the air conditioner on high and the line voltage thermostat will cut-off at what ever setting you set it at.

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  • kipluna Mar 22, 2011

    its a ge. i'm looking for wiring instructions to convert AZ38H15DABM1 window unit to conventional wall mount thermo-stat . my hvac guy has had no luck..

    any thoughts

  • William Erickson Mar 22, 2011

    You don't have to get into the internal wiring of the unit. A line voltage thermostat will interrupt the electricity feeding the unit at whatever setting you choose and turn it on or off. Call your local electrical supply house to see if they have a thermostat to fit your application. I've done a web search and am not sure whether it is 110volts or 230 volts - there are thermostats or either.

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