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I don't know the name of unit , but it seems to be working okay but it won't cut off , there seems to be a problem with the themostat.

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Remember that the fan is generally not controlled by the thermostat...unless you have one of the power saver units. The compressor which does the cooling is. If you turn the thermostat to a warmer setting, there should be a click and the compressor should shut off. If not, the control is bad.

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