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

  • 3 cool/3 fan speeds
  • Non-ozone depleting refrigerant
  • EZ Mount window kit

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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 and come with GE’s EZ-mount installation. And, coming from one of the most trusted names in America, you know that this entire selection of appliances is as advanced as it is practical.

  • 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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Name 10,150 BTU 115-Volt Electronic Window Air Conditioner with Remote ENERGY STAR 115-Volt Electronic Room Air Conditioner 10,000 BTU Through the Window Room Air Conditioner, Wi-Fi Enabled 12,000 BTU Through the Window Room Air Conditioner, Wi-Fi Enabled
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The front panel was lost after relocating after the flood. How can I obtain the assesorry ? 10500. BTU he model # ash10a

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October 23, 2016
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Hello CJ - this is Nancy at GE Appliances and I am happy to help you. Please contact the Parts Center at 1-877-959-8688 for information on how to obtain parts and accessories for your GE Appliances. They are open Mon–Fri 8am–7pm, Sat 8:30am–5pm ET. I hope this helps! Thanks for checking with us!
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October 18, 2016
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Speaking with an experience Home Depot store associate may provide more options. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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What does EP display mean.

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August 15, 2016
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This means a failed sensor.
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Hi Ronnik- This is Sue at GE Appliances. We are happy to provide assistance. If a fault code EP appears on the display, disconnect power to the unit for 30 seconds. If the fault code reappears, we encourage you to contact GE Consumer Service at 1-800-432-2737 for assistance or conveniently schedule an appointment online at GEAppliances.com. You can view the Owner's Manual for warranty details online at: Read More
Hi Ronnik- This is Sue at GE Appliances. We are happy to provide assistance. If a fault code EP appears on the display, disconnect power to the unit for 30 seconds. If the fault code reappears, we encourage you to contact GE Consumer Service at 1-800-432-2737 for assistance or conveniently schedule an appointment online at GEAppliances.com. You can view the Owner's Manual for warranty details online at: http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/8d/8d704f3b-e2a0-4744-bbb8-a79f90abb787.pdf - Thanks for reaching out to us! Read Less
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Is the condensation self evaporating? Or does it drain on to the ground?

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I am a mechanical contractor and a customer is needing some window units replaced in a automotive shop. These units are mounted in what would be considered an interior wall. I need to make sure that these units, the 5000 btu and 10000 btu are self evaporating before installing them.
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June 17, 2015
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In high humidity areas, this air conditioner will drip excess condensation on the ground.
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Hello Cory,
I am happy to help. Our room air conditioners have a "slinger ring" around the rear fan blade. The ring is designed to pick water up off the bottom of the pan and throw it against the condenser coils. This design feature helps improve the efficiency of the unit by reducing heat on the coils, and helps remove moisture from the pan. It also cuts down on dripping in the back, but during hot,
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Hello Cory,
I am happy to help. Our room air conditioners have a "slinger ring" around the rear fan blade. The ring is designed to pick water up off the bottom of the pan and throw it against the condenser coils. This design feature helps improve the efficiency of the unit by reducing heat on the coils, and helps remove moisture from the pan. It also cuts down on dripping in the back, but during hot, humid days, you will get dripping on the outside. The rear of the unit should be installed to the outside. Thank you for checking.
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I have an applience outlet (funny plug) Do any of your air conditions have this plug I need?

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October 30, 2014
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Hello,
This is Michelle with GE and I am happy to help.
This air conditioner model AEL10AQ has a Parallel plug type. GE does offer Tandem or Perpendicular plug types on room air conditioners that have higher BTU's ratings (over 18,000 BTU's).
Thank you for checking.
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Hi Lynnescapes,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Some appliances have specific power demands, such as particularly high amp-draw that would require a special plug that ensures that the demand is met.
These special plugs often have an unusual, or "funny plug" that is designed to prevent the appliance from plugging into a "normal" receptacle.
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Hi Lynnescapes,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Some appliances have specific power demands, such as particularly high amp-draw that would require a special plug that ensures that the demand is met.
These special plugs often have an unusual, or "funny plug" that is designed to prevent the appliance from plugging into a "normal" receptacle.
The air conditioner that is featured here does not require a special outlet. It draws 8.3 amps and requires 115 volts. These are normal demands that will not tax the circuits of your home, so no special requirement is necessary to plug it in.
Take a picture of your receptacle and show it to the Electrical Tradesman at your local Home Depot. That will show them what you're dealing with and there might be an adaptor to allow you to utilize that power source.
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10,150 BTU 115-Volt Electronic Window Air Conditioner with Remote is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 66.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Right size, easy to install, effective energy saver feature My purchase of this air conditioner was determined by size, EER rating, and cost. Our old air conditioner was housed in a custom insulation panel. The GE was closest in overall size. It was easy to install and has worked well since it was purchased about a month ago, especially on the energy save setting. Other window air conditioners we have had have cycled too frequently (in extreme cases, switching on for less than a minute, switching off, and repeating the short cycle). This particular model seems to operate in a 4 degree range, coming on when two degrees above the setting and going off at two degrees below. This gives the compressor time to reach peak effectiveness (my theory) and means the air conditioner switches on and off less often.
Date published: 2012-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Purchase I purchased this unit for my living room, living in the valley can get pretty hot during summer time and this unit so far has done a great job at keeping us cool. The fan is very strong and makes very little noise. Very satisfied !
Date published: 2012-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Relatively quiet with good cooling I've never seen a window air conditioner that is whisper quiet, and this one certainly is not either. But compared to the Frigidaire 10000 BTU model I bought from another store and returned, this one is much more tolerable noise-wise. When this GE is set to its energy efficient mode with the fan set to Auto, it periodically stops blowing, firing back up when the thermostat decides it is time to run again. This not only helps with power consumption, but also helps minimize noise. Cooling power is excellent for a unit this size. I use it in a 22x11 foot kitchen area that has an open doorway to another (not air conditioned) room, and the unit does just fine cooling the kitchen space. I sometimes use a box fan to blow cooled air into the adjoining room, and while that adjoining room doesn't get cold, the circulated air helps lower the temp in the the adjoining room and the A/C unit still keeps up. The unit also comes with a remote that has proven to be a handy addition. It's a fairly priced unit that does it's job. I'd buy it again.
Date published: 2012-07-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from easy install, cold. installs easily, gets cold fast, fairly average sound levels... Not whisper quiet but not a jet engine either. Only complaint is the cheapness of the directional vents. The unit is new, so nothing wrong yet - but I can see these suckers breaking in pretty short order if you move them a lot (or over time the cheap thin plastic getting brittle very quickly). If you're planning on mostly leaving them alone - not a big deal.
Date published: 2012-07-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Save Your Money & Shop Around I had an 8,000 BTU unit that quit immediately after the warranty expired at my home last year. I rolled the dice and purchased a 10,150 BTU unit last year for my office and it served us well for the summer. When I re-installed it for this summer, it would not blow cold air - just makes a lot of noise. I suppose I should have read the reviews, but c'est la vie - Moderately expensive lesson learned.
Date published: 2016-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Good Very Good, gets cold fast. I don't think you will ever need to put this A/C on high because on low it gets cold enough. Delivery was very easy and no problems.
Date published: 2012-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great AC Value with Easy Install I bought this on the strength of the 12 reviewers that came before me. One thing they agreed on was the easy install and I'll add my vote for that. I'm 71 years old and I installed this bad boy in about one hour, and it took that long because I read the instructions carefully to make sure I got it right. The real surprise was when the initial energize moment: INSTANT COLD! I was perspiring from the effort to complete the install and when that cold air hit me it almost knocked me down because of the shock. And that's a good thing. I was so blown away (figuratively speaking) I came close to doing a little dance. I did do a fist pump or two with the obligatory YES! YES! Oh, and who needs whispers? I like a little AC noise. It speaks COOL to me and reminds me of a successful project. The delivery men were fast, efficient and polite. Altogether this has been a very satisfying experience. It's too early to comment on reliability since it's only been running a couple of hours, but I'm optimistic this is going to be a win-win. Needless to say, I highly recommend this AC for relatively small rooms. Got a gymnasium? Forget it.
Date published: 2012-08-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from OK if you don't need to sleep, talk, watch TV, etc. Just bought this, but talk about loud! I first turned it on and thought "Geez that's loud, I'll probably have to keep it on low" - then realized it already was on low. And it is not vibrations, as a GE rep. replied to another post. It is just an extremely loud fan. Also, every time the unit is turned on, it automatically starts in energy-saver mode, which I find annoying. I left it in that mode yesterday, and it shut off when the unit said the room was 68. A thermostat in the room said it was 77, and it certainly felt like the thermostat was correct. This is going back.
Date published: 2015-05-26
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