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MAKE SURE YOU ARE USING A WELDING TYPE ELECTRIC CORD MOST OF START UP PROBLEMS ARE BECAUSE OF THIN ELECT CORDS OR 15 AMP PLUGS. PLUG IN WASHER PLUG WITH HEAVY CORD. IF COMPRESSOR IS NOT STARTING YOU CAN USE RUBBER SLEDGE HAMMER. HIT COMPRESSOR AT SAME TIME YOU TURN IT ON .MAKE SURE COMPRESSOR AND STAT IS SET TO COOLING AND LOW TEMP YOU SHOULD HERE HUM FROM COMP. THEN HIT IT TO BREAK LOOSE. DONT MISS.
you need to verify that power is getting to the control panel, the green light does'nt mean that there is power to the unit, also verify power to the controll swithes/board and verify that the thermostat is closing and trying to turn the unit on
For 2-3 three minutes of running does it run normally? No abnormal noise the air out of unit is cool, if you have clamp tester you can check if the current reading of unit is normal, if everything is normal then there is something wrong with your circuit breaker, it needs replacement or your circuit breaker is under rated.