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AZ41E12DABW1 General Electric Air Conditioner

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This genuine OEM part is a replacement air filter for your air conditioner. The air filter is used to trap particles like dust and debris and prevent them from entering your home. The filter should be...
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This is used to direct the flow of air coming from the air conditioner.
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Customer:
Vern from Charlestown, IN
Parts Used:
WP85X10008
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Air filters needed to be replaced.
Take the old filters out and install new filters.Took less than 10 minutes.
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Customer:
Ruth from SAINT CHARLES, MO
Parts Used:
WP76X10033
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Shroud broke
Step 1: un-plug unit and remove front cover
Step 2: remove the (4) four screws holding the air conditioner unit in the wall and pull the air conditioner unit out of wall (takes 2 people)
Step 3: remove screws holding the shroud and the bracket for the fan
Step 5: remove screw holding fan blade from motor
Step 6: install new shroud and screw that holds the shroud to bracket
Step 7: reinstall the new shroud and and then reverse the process putting the screws back in place and reinstall the unit back into the wall
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