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My window AC unitl has been clicking

My window AC unitl has been making an inttermitten clicking sound for the last few days so I shut it off. It did not seem to have frozen over but last year I had a problem with it leaking water into the room so I did not want to risk another leak.
The unit is not cooling when set at any setting low or high cool. Should I just replace the unit?

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Hi,

This seems to be an issue with compressor. Check. Usually there is 5 years warranty on it. Replaced if under warranty.It's better to purchase a new one than repairing the one with bad compressor.

There is a nice article :-

http://www.hvac-for-beginners.com/window-air-conditioner-troubleshooting.html

Thanks.

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