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I have a LG window AC Model LWHD8008R. Won't power up?

I have a LG window AC Model LWHD8008R. The AC unit is 1 yr old. I plugged it in and it wouldn't power up. The plug has a built in circuit breaker. It powered once when I reset it , after that nothing. Please advice? Thanks

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Replace reset switch or bypass it to make sure it is the problem. Check for low voltage while the unit is on. Shoud stay above 105 vac

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