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10,150 BTU 115-Volt Electronic Window Air Conditioner with Remote

$299.00 /each

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Window AC units are portable, and are not installed into the structure of the home or building. GE window air conditioners are designed to fit traditional-style windows. It comes with GE's EZ-mount installation.

  • 10,150 BTU, 10.8 EER, 8.6 Amp
  • EZ mount window kit
  • Electronic digital thermostat
  • 3 cooling / 3 fan speeds
  • Power interruption restart
  • Non-ozone-depleting refrigerant (R-410A)
  • 24-hour timer
  • Fits windows 22 in. - 36 in. wide, minimum height 15-1/2 in.
  • Remote control and one-touch lift-out filter
  • Color Appearance Light Cool Gray
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How long is the power cord?

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July 20, 2013
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August 29, 2014
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6 feet.
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Didn't measure but looks to be about 8 feet.
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July 20, 2013
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Hello,
Thank you for your interest in the GE 10,000 BTU 115-Volt Electronic Window Air Conditioner with Remote Model # AEL10AQ.
The power cord is 72" in length.
GE room air conditioners must be plugged directly into a properly grounded 3-prong wall outlet. Do not use an extension cord or plug the unit into a surge protector or multi-outlet adaptor.
Donna with GE
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My window is 21 inches wide. Is there a way to make this unit fit - maybe take something off of the sides?

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July 14, 2013
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Maybe? The unit itself is about 19 inches wide. (Possibly slightly wider due to part of the structure. I measured the widest part that hangs into your room.) You certainly would not be able to use the included accordion-style spacers, so you would have to cover the remaining gap somehow.
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With a little craftsmanship and some ply wood you could make this work.I have a 35in window and with the side sliders it still has some open gap. I cut some heavy card board to fit this gap and taped it to the window frame Works good for keeping out warm air from outside.
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Hello Blitz,
Thank you for your interest in the GE 10,000 BTU 115-Volt Electronic Window Air Conditioner with Remote Model # AEL10AQ.
Yes, the side curtains can be removed to install in a narrow window. The steps are provided in the installation instructions.
Min./Max. Window Opening Width: 22" / 36"
Minimum Window Opening Height: 15-1/2"
I hope this helps!
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Does this unit use a 110 or 220 outlet?

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May 3, 2013
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It says it in the description, yours is 110.
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110
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Hellu Lue,
This is Donna with GE and I am happy to help with your question on the GE 10,000 BTU 115 Volt Electronic Window Air Conditioner model # AEL10AQ.
The air conditoner plugs into a regular outlet 110 volts. Plug Type: Parallel/NEMA 5-15
Thank you for considering GE!
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How much does this product weights?

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Hello Sandy - this is Nancy at GE Appliances and I am happy to help you. The approximate shipping weight of this air conditioner is 73 pounds, and the net weight is 64 pounds. I hope this helps! Thanks for checking with us!
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This weighs 64 pounds. The approximate shipping weight is 73 pounds.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 59 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Cools well great product remote works well does the job it is suppose to do September 6, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Very Poor Window AC I have a serious medical condition that makes me extremely sensitive to warm temperatures. As such, I have gone through nothing short of 10 different models of window ACs. So, you can definitely say that I have experienced the good and bad. And, I know the ins and outs of how they work and the mechanics behind them. I got this AC kind of as a crutch when my Frigidaire broke suddenly and all HD (or any store, for that matter) had on stock in store were GE units. That being said, I had high hopes for the AC given its great reviews. 2 days after buying it, I ordered a new Frigidaire. As soon as my new Frigidaire comes in that I ordered, this will go back. It blows lots of cold air - that's not the problem. The problem is that it doesnt have great ability to circulate that cold air. So, what happens is that right in front of the unit it gets cold, The thermostat on the unit reads 64 and it shuts off because it thinks it has done its job. Problem is, the rest of the room is not 64. And, speaking of the thermostat, why does it only go down to 64?! I know that sounds low, but every other window AC and portable AC I have owned (even a 5,000 BTU portable one) goes to 62! The Frigidaire window ac (I have the 10,000 BTU one, but you decide based on room size and factors like sun exposure, etc) has a remote thermostat in the remote control. So, it is able to tell that even though right in front of the AC, it might be a freezer, but the rest of the room is not. Oh yeah, and this window AC weighs an insane amount vs. the competition. This window AC is really bad and does not cool the room as effectively as other units. Sorry GE, you missed the mark on this one! September 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works Central AC unit failed so we got this temporarily. It easily cooled 400Sqft. I would have rateed it five stars but it has insufficient drain holes. Left the unit in and off for three hot/dry days to ensure it dried out. Nope, atleasr half a gallon of water poured out onto the floor and me when I took it out. Too bad they didnt drill one darn hole. August 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Great for two years, then ... I was very positive on this product purchased from Home Depot the first two summers of use until I plugged it in and it fails to cool. Of course its a one year warranty and the local Home Depot store has no recommendations for repairs except to call over-the-top expensive GE Service. Six months of run time use and kaput ... thank you GE China. June 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap and Cool I researched for weeks on all types of air conditioners. High end mini splits, wall units, ptacs, everything. I calculated all the costs and the energy used. Today i decided to go with a cheap window unit and hope for the best. Picked it up instore along with some 2x3s to make a nice frame for it. I wanted a very sturdy mount without any screws going into my actual window. It is fully supported and the frame can be removed by taking out a few screws. I had a piece of 3/4 cabinet ply left over to fit the top. Easy! It is not a high end unit of impeccable construction but it is light and cheap. It pulls a very respectable EER for its size. At full blast it will produce 80 decibels of sound at 4' distance on my little meter. It doesn't sound anywhere near that loud but i guess it is. It sounds like a smooth fan. Sure i could have gotten an inverter mini split and had 1.5x the efficiency, but it would also cost up to 10x as much by the time its installed. The performance per dollar is great and the EER is pretty good for a window unit. My garage has plenty of windows, so taking half of one is no big deal. July 14, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very Noisy I went to Home Depot to buy a Frigidaire air-conditioning unit, which, I found out, was only offered on line. Since we were facing hot days, and thinking that there couldn't' be that much difference in air conditioner noise, I bought this one. Big mistake. This is one loud air conditioner-- about twice loud as the much larger Friedrich air conditioner I had had for years. It's decibel rating, standing 6 feet from the front, measured 80, and this was with the fan speed on low. Now that it's too late, I read the decibel specs on this website and found that the rating is "not measured." I can understand why. It's worse than having a constantly running vacuum cleaner. I will spend the summer with ear plugs and sound deadening ear muffs. It does its job as far a cooling , and I would take it back if I could, but I live in a building which makes you pay the maintenance men to install the unit, so I would have to pay them to take it out and install a new unit. Labor would cost more than the machine. June 14, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by cools good with a whistle. Bought a GE 8,000 which replaced a whirlpool 8,000. The GE didn't cool as well. Plus the AC on low was too loud to hear the TV. Took it back and got the GE 10,000. Cools good but an hour after running it the AC had a low shrill whistle every time the compressor came on. The sound stayed in my ears for awhile even after the compressor went off. Like when you roller skate and you take off the skates... you still feel the skates on your feet.. well the sound lingered in my ears for awhile. I decided to take it back to the store. I could have called for repairs but why should I with a new AC? Might look to a different brand this time. August 11, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Died in two years Purchased in March 2013 and the unit died in may of 2015 July 11, 2015
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