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well it could be several problems. first could be a bad thermostat that is stuck open or a possibly your heater core is plugged. also could be the switch that changes it from cold to hot. hope this helps but if your not mechanically inclined take to a shop
If it is running but not cooling enough the problem is in the sealed system.
If you started it up just after hauling it home it may have be moved around enough to get oil in the systems smaller tubing causing problems. Unplug the unit for 24 hours and let it sit. Try it again for 24 hours and see if it cools.
If not this means either there is a refrigerant (freon) leak in the system or a restriction causing the refrigerant to not flow properly.
Either one are an expensive repair. and will require a professional to look at.
It shuld never be layed down for transport or storage. 2 Hours is not a long time but you should have left it upright overnight before plugging in. turn it off for 24 hours. When you restart it it should be cooling in a few hours and at normal temp in 24-48. If not you may have damaged the compressor. (Assuming you hear it running) Eric