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Compressor stays on all the time. Changed out thermostat and same thing. Only way to turn off compressor is to switch off breaker. Cools great.

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If you disconnect the thermostat,will i go off?If so,then the probe from the thermostat is not in place,or it is not sensing the temp for some reason,look for a relay to be bad somewhere in the unit ,it is stuck

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