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Sounds like your compressor is not working. Remove electric panel outside and verify contactor is pulled in. 220 volts hurts so use caution. Use an insulated screwdriver to manually press in contactor. If contactor is in is your larger copper getting cold? Visually inspect capacitor, is it swollen or damaged?? Good Luck!!

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