GE heating and cooling combined units set the standard of reliability in the comfort industry. GE heating and cooling combined units use heavy duty fans and sturdy evaporators to keep your home cool all summer long. When your GE heating and cooling combined unit isn't cooling as it should, count on Sears PartsDirect to have the replacement parts you need to fix the problem.
Common repair parts needed for GE heating and cooling combined units
Float switch. The float switch detects a clog in the evaporator condensate drain system. The float switch shuts off the heating and cooling combined unit if it detects water backing up into the evaporator
Air filter. The air filter is located at the intake of the blower assembly. It removes dust and debris from intake air.
Blower assembly. The blower assembly is the air handler that circulates air through the evaporator in the heating and cooling combined unit. It consists of an outer case, a blower motor and blower wheel.
Wall control thermostat. The wall control thermostat is a temperature control device that mounts on a wall inside your home. The thermostat monitors temperature inside your home and tells the heating and cooling combined unit when to start and stop.
Replacing the wall control thermostat for your GE heating and cooling combined unit
Shut off the house circuit breakers for your heating and cooling combined unit to disconnect electrical power.
Remove the cover of the existing wall control thermostat. Follow the instructions in the owner's manual for the existing thermostat to remove its cover.
Remove the thermostat mounting screws and pull the thermostat out from the wall slightly to access thermostat wires.
Disconnect the thermostat wires and remove the existing wall control thermostat.
Connect the wires to the new wall control thermostat.
Mount the new thermostat to the wall using the mounting screws. Install the thermostat cover.
Reset the house circuit breakers for the heating and cooling combined unit to restore electrical power.