Question about Heating & Cooling
Yes, it can. Some compressors have a reset button that trips when they overload, and you have to push it in to reset it. Look for it near on on the compressor. If it triggered, you could have another problem.
This site has some good information on compressors:
This site shows you how to clean the coils:
It's possible your coils need cleaning, so try that first.
If the problem persists, the compressor might need charging and service.
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