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Frigidair lra127ct1 I just put my A/C in the window from being stored all winter in a cool dry area in my finished basement.I plugged it in it beeped and the screen on the A/C/lit up for a second and went out now nothing i tried resetting the reset on the plug and nothing

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Could be a dodgy power connection this seems to be happening a lot at the momentif you look at other threads here.

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If you have had a lightning storm or power surge it may have fried the electronics panel. That is what happened to mine. Once it is fixed you should put a surge suppressor on it that is rated for major appliances.

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you have clearly mentioned in your question itself that electrical cord does have power going into the unit.i feel it may be the problem with your power cord wire . try replacing the cord first and check whether the power reaches the unit.
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compressor has gone to ground. In other words the reason the reset button trips is to prevent any electrical shock due to the compressor going bad. Only way to fix this is to have the compressor replaced

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