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Sounds like it could be your transformer. See if you can locate it. It should be in the air handler indoors. Check the voltage going to the transformer and check the output of the transformer. You should have around 24 vac on the output of the transformer. If you don't have voltage on the output make sure you have it on the input (120vac). If you don't have it on the input you need to find out why. If you have it on the input but don't have an output then your transformer is likely gone bad. Let me know what you find.
You might have some thermostat wires that are touching meaning the insulation has been broke off and getting a direct short. Check the wiring going to the outside unit and replace any wire that is in bad shape. let me know okay. Ken
If you use the scooter then charge it. You need to charge the scooter at least once a week even if you don't use it. More importantly is that you charge the scooter for at least 8 hours at a time. If you charge it less then it will start killing the batteries.
Sounds to me like its time to go to a service shop and have your AC recharged, it could be that the amount of refrigerant in your AC system is low, possibly depleted. I would go have that checked out, there is not much that you can do personally unless you are liscensed to handle/recharge refrigerant systems, if in that case your in luck.