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You need to make sure your condensing fan motor is working properly, condenser coil is clean, if both is proper you could have a weak capacitor or the system could be low on freon.

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May be this tripping your compressor,please check the continuity of the following..
1) Continuity of Compressor if this a loose compression
2) Continuity of Capacitor if this a low capacitance or not functioning.
3) Check the power voltage.

Go to the nearest shop for repair the units,thanks


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