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If you have a clamp tester, operate the unit with the clamp tester and check the current reading. If the current reading is normal but the reset button is tipped then there is something wrong withe power plug reset button. But if the current reading is higher than the name plate rating then there is something wrong with the unit.

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SOURCE: Ge ptac unit model az32h15d3bm2

if the compressor is NOT running you have problem with this devices:
Compressor Overload and/or relay Thermostat (Open thermostat) Burnt wiring Bad selector switch Capacitor test any devices.
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