General Electric Air Conditioner Switches
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PartSelect Number PS282095
Manufacturer Part Number WP28X56
JEANIE from LAQUEY, MO
Appliance would not shut off- heated or cooled just fine but never turned off.Turn off the circuit breaker. 1- Removed cover- (clips on both sides of bottom front pop loose and carefully lift off) 2. Remove knobs. Unscrew the lock washer on the switch pegs 3. Unscrew all visible screws approx 4 in front and 2 on the side 4. This will allow you to jar the aluminum box loose from the top- it does not come off completely. 5. Carefully locate the switch-circuit board behind the left knob. 6. Unplug both lines- insert new part (main switch) connect both lines into the new part. 7. Replace the box just as you took it apart. 8. Make sure the knob pegs are turned all the way to the left. Reinstall lock washer. Then align knobs on appropriate pegs.turn on the circuit breaker. Check that knobs are aligned properly and turn on - let it run so that it would shut off as you raise or lower the heat or cool. If it shuts off- yeah it is fixed!!! Replace the cover carefully after a thorough cleaning. You are DONE! Read more...
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Manufacturer Part Number 2H00598FThis is a rotary switch for your air conditioner. It will allow you to select the different control options, such as the fan and cooling modes. This process happens by the switch sending voltage to the unit. If your switch is broken the air conditioner will not start. This model is roughly 2 inches long by 2 inches wide, and about 2.5 inches thick. This piece is 20 amps and 125/250 volts.