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Remote is not cooling.makes noisy sound .requires service.

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Let's skip over the remote not working for a moment, and go to the problem with the air conditioner. In humid conditions, it is not difficult for the air conditioner coils to ice up, which would account for the noise and lack of cooling. If you are above freezing in your area, which I will assume is the case since you are trying to run your A/C and not your heat pump (if there is one)(not specified in your generic question), turn it off for several hours to give it a chance to thaw out, then switch it back on and see what happens. If the A/C works then, try the remote and see if it works. If not, change out the batteries and see if it works then. If not, then check with the manufacturer to see about a replacement. If the A/C doesn't work after thawing, your compressor may be shot

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