GE’s air conditioners are praised for their reliability and efficiency. Many models have an Energy Saver mode, significantly reducing energy consumption. The units often come with a remote control for convenience, and select models offer WiFi connectivity for smartphone control. The air conditioners feature easy-to-clean filters with a “filter reminder” for maintenance. The installation is typically straightforward, with many users appreciating the clear instructions. In terms of cooling performance, GE air conditioners provide effective temperature control and dehumidification, making them a great choice for hot, humid climates.
E1: Indoor Temperature Sensor Fault
The air conditioner is experiencing an issue with the indoor temperature sensor or control board.
E2: Outdoor Temperature Sensor Fault
There is a problem with the outdoor temperature sensor or outdoor control board of the air conditioner.
E3: Indoor Coil Sensor Fault
The air conditioner has detected a fault in the indoor coil sensor or indoor coil control board.
E4: Outdoor Coil Sensor Fault
There is an issue with the outdoor coil sensor or outdoor coil control board of the air conditioner.
E5: Communication Error
The air conditioner is experiencing a communication error between the indoor and outdoor units.
E6: Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Fault
The air conditioner has detected a fault in the refrigerant pressure sensor or control board.
E7: Fan Motor Fault
There is an issue with the fan motor or control board of the air conditioner.
E8: Voltage Supply Fault
The air conditioner is experiencing a problem with the voltage supply.
P1: Low-Pressure Protection
The air conditioner has activated low-pressure protection due to low refrigerant levels.
P2: High-Pressure Protection
The air conditioner has activated high-pressure protection, possibly due to a blocked condenser or other issues.
P4: Defrosting Error
The air conditioner is experiencing a defrosting error.
H1: Compressor Protection Error
The air conditioner has detected a compressor protection error.
H2: Compressor Protection Error
The air conditioner has detected another compressor protection error.
E0 or F0: Normal Operation
These codes indicate that the air conditioner is operating normally.