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Model AEL14AS

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14,250 BTU Window Air Conditioner with Remote

$399.00 /each

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Get cool air and a dehumidifier where you need it with GE's ENERGY STAR 115-Volt 14,250 BTU Electronic Window Air Conditioner. A fully featured remote control with allows you to control the unit from virtually anywhere in the room. 3 Cooling and 3 Fan Speed Selections lets you choose the setting based on your need. This unit features Selectable Thermostat on the Remote.

  • Designed to cool approximately 650 sq. ft. for temperature control in a large room
  • 14,250 BTU cooling for powerful temperature control
  • 3 cooling and 3 fan speeds adjusts to your cooling needs
  • 4-way adjustable air direction spreads the cool air evenly
  • Digital display allows precise temperature adjustment
  • 24-hour on/off timer lets you create a cooling schedule without wasting electricity
  • Remote control lets you easily adjust the temperature from across the room
  • Removable air filter lets you clean it and saves money on replacements
  • Removes up to 4.2 pt. of moisture from the air in a single hour to control humidity
  • Self-evaporation system so there is no bucket to empty
  • Sleek and slim design blends in with interior decor
  • Light Cool Gray Color appearance
  • Power Interruption Restart feature restarts the unit in the event of a power failure
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Can I use this as a thru wall installation?

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May 10, 2015
I am building a bedroom above the garage and am considering using this to cool the room. Does this unit come with a cabinet or sleeve and if it does what are the dimensions for it?

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April 19, 2016
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You can install most window air conditioners through a wall, if you are willing and capable of doing the necessary carpentry/sheet metal work.
If you DIY, it makes economic sense depending on your skill level and how you value your time . However, for those who hire the work done, I would suggest units that install easily with little or no modifications, because complicated or difficult installs can get
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You can install most window air conditioners through a wall, if you are willing and capable of doing the necessary carpentry/sheet metal work.
If you DIY, it makes economic sense depending on your skill level and how you value your time . However, for those who hire the work done, I would suggest units that install easily with little or no modifications, because complicated or difficult installs can get expensive.
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June 29, 2015
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i put mine thru the wall. the unit sides out of the outer case like a glove by removing a couple screws, then i mounted the outer case witch was like 5-10 pounds, once that was installed i slid the ac unit in and it worked fine, i did have to drill a few holes. for screws on the outer case to mount on the studs, make sure there is a very slight angle so the water does not go into the house. 18"h x 24"w Read More
i put mine thru the wall. the unit sides out of the outer case like a glove by removing a couple screws, then i mounted the outer case witch was like 5-10 pounds, once that was installed i slid the ac unit in and it worked fine, i did have to drill a few holes. for screws on the outer case to mount on the studs, make sure there is a very slight angle so the water does not go into the house. 18"h x 24"w is the dimensions of the outer case. that the ac unit DOES slide in/out of. Read Less
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May 11, 2015
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Hi Mike-this is Sue from GE. Thanks for your interest! Yes. The case may be installed through-the-wall in both existing and new construction. The instructions are provided in the manual included with the unit. Thanks for checking with us. Enjoy!
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May 10, 2015
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This air conditioner cannot be placed through the wall.
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does this ac have a regular three prong plug or a 230 volt plug?

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June 12, 2016
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This model is 115 volt, with 11.5 amp load. The plug is for a standard outlet.
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May 26, 2016
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3 prong plug
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July 27, 2014
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A regular 3 prong outlet works with this unit and its why we bought 3 of them.
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June 26, 2014
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Hello Jlo2- This is Lisa from GE. I am happy to assist yo. This unit takes a 115 volt three prong plug. It should be installed to plug into a properly grounded 3-prong wall outlet. Thanks for checking!
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How much does this a/c unit weigh?

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This unit weighs 100 LBS.
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June 3, 2016
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Hi JB- This is Sue at GE Appliances. Thanks for considering our GE Room Air Conditioner! The Net Weight is 110 lbs. (Approximate Shipping Weight- 125 lbs). Thanks for checking with us!
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This item weighs 110 pounds.
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The assembled width size is 23.625 but it says the minimum window size is 26? My window is 25" wide. Suggestions?

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Yes, you will need to remove the side curtains and use foam insulation to close any gaps between the unit and the window frame.
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We also have a smaller window and only attached one of the accordion looking parts. For us it worked and we have not had any issues.
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Hi-this is Sue from GE. Thanks for your interest! A 25” window would not be enough to be able to fit the unit and accordion panels so you would not be able to install and still use the panels. We recommend installing it with the panels; however, you could use the air conditioner without the accordion panels and find another way to seal the “open” area on each side of the unit.
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Hi-this is Sue from GE. Thanks for your interest! A 25” window would not be enough to be able to fit the unit and accordion panels so you would not be able to install and still use the panels. We recommend installing it with the panels; however, you could use the air conditioner without the accordion panels and find another way to seal the “open” area on each side of the unit.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 67 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Update 1 Star Review Posted 6/5/16 Contacted GE repair services after posting initial review to Home Depot website. Was told that a technician to come to the house would be $100.00 and that nothing could be done regarding our situation. Was told to speak to customer advocacy department. Spoke with Joyce who was pleasant. Explained situation and that I wanted to give GE an opportunity to assist in correcting the issue. Was told that there was nothing that could be done seeing as product was out of warranty. GE, why have advocates if you can only advocate for people's who's products are under warranty? Salt In the wound GE. It's bad enough you took 400 dollars from me, but then you hide behind a facade of 'customer advocates' who cannot advocate for the people. Needless to say I will not be padding your wallets by giving 100 dollars to your repair tech to sell me a $300 dollar compressor and charge another 150 in labor. The way you earn customers for life is not by avoiding issues, it is by owning them when they arise and doing the right thing. Needless to say you have lost a customer for life, and thanks to the transparency of the Internet, hopefully hundreds more. Not only do I urge those reading this to not buy this Ac unit, but urge those to avoid dealings with companies who do not stand behind their products or to do the right thing given the opportunity. July 22, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Great cooling, but bad instructions, bad design, no water drain It cooled like nobody's business! But only after I spent a lot of time trying to make sense of the instructions. The pictures did not match the product and the descriptions of where to find or put items were vague. In order to install or remove the A/C, you have to detach the control panel from the front of the unit with very little space to get a screwdriver in, and the one screw that holds the whole thing together is on the side so you can't easily get to it if your window's side frame gets in the way. And the way it fit into our window, there was no way to tip it sufficiently for water to drain. However, I did not find an opening that might have been designed to get rid of the water - it's like the water is designed to stay in the bottom pan. When we removed the A/C, we had dozens of dead bugs floating in that water as well! Note that the product has been discontinued on the GE site, at least one or two pages on the site are missing, and one part of the site has no security certificate for https - fail! Returned the item, will think twice before buying a GE A/C again. June 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worked, then crapped out. Unit was great when it worked. Exactly 2 years later it will not blow cold air anymore. Called GE and they recommend having one of their third party service companies come take a look at it. Better off buying a new one with extended warranty. June 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Stopped cooling after 1 year Bought this air conditioner 2 years ago. Have a 1700 square foot 2 story home. Cooled the first floor well the first summer. This year the AC only cools the air about 5 degrees. I.e. Room is 80, air coming out of Ac is 75. As you can imagine, your not going to cool things down much at that rate. All electrical components are working, compressor turns on. Suspecting there is a coolent leak. So we're out of warranty now with a 400 dollar AC that technicians want 120 to look at let alone the additional parts and labor costs associated with fixing this. Thanks for the 1 year of cool and the 400 dollar paperweight GE. Do yourselves a favor and include a warranty program with your product that actually means something, or maybe just make a product that doesn't warrant needing an actual warranty program. Everyone reading this, do yourselves a favor and run away. If you've already bought this, my condolences. June 5, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Window ac Not to happy with it the 14250 btu is not what i apected i had a 12000 btu and it made my room colder May 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great a unit. Great unit. Not loud at all. Easy to put together. May 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worst air conditioner ever. two bad compessors in six months of use. second one out of warrenty. out $450 & installation. May 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by energy star I purchased this air conditioner at the beginning of the summer of 2015. I found to be more than I had anticipated. It ran very quiet and cooled my room space in the energy saving mode saving me from a high electric bill. October 20, 2015
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