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My unit cools until it reaches the right temperature. It won't kick back on as the temperature rises. I have to reset it at the button on the plug

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Check the fuse on the line you are plugged into. It may be too small to carry your A/C. A 15 amp breaker could be too small. Check your owners manual and it should tell you what the service amp fuse should be.

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