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The unit runs for a few minutes and completely shuts down

Plug it in and turn the t-stat on. The fan inside operates as does the cooling components. After a few short minutes the unit shuts down (including the fan inside). Now it will get to temp but still it shuts down. I removed inside panel to veify fan operation and fan shut down. I have to turn the t-stat on and off a few times before it will re-start but the same episode occurs.Hmmmmmm ant thoughts?

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  • Anonymous Apr 07, 2008

    Hey Krazytech. There was a product info box I did fill out. It is a TUC 48 True. Curious, even if for some reason the comp. was cutting off should not the fan inside still be running. It should from just plugging it in? Also, where can one get a wiring diagram of such model. I was pleased to see that you had anwered the e-mail and I thank you...Tom...

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Without the model or make sound like a bad thermostat..check amps the the compressor and voltage... if the compressor is locking up or the thermostat cutting voltage to it..
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