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GoldStar Window AC - Not Kicking Cooler On

Purchased the unit in may or june.. Had no problems with it til recently.. came home from work about a week ago, the fan works and constantly is on no matter the degrees 60 - 86 always the same cool.. but it wont kick on the compressor.. so is it a freon thing, a thermostat problem, or something else... please let me know wat you think.

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Check selector switch n cirkit board

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