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Is the compressor on? if not, start coil may be bad. if yes, check the airflow through the condenser (on the bottom). if it's clogged with dust, clean it out with a vacuum hose. if the fan isn't running, it may need replacing. the condenser needs air flow to cool down. if all is running and the condenser is not warm or the compressor is not hot, you have a regfrigeration leak. if the compressor is very hot, it may be seized up. if nothing is on, there is a board problem

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