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My GE ape08akm1 AC unit blows fuses in my apartment. It's a 15A dedicated plug, no carbon deposit in the fuse receptacle, Switched from breaker fuses, to P type to D type, no difference. It will run for 20 min to 2 hours, but invariably pops the fuse. Would like any suggestions if you have them.

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