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I have problem with my whirlpool air conditioner. It will not operate, I checked the fuse, the timer, and power switch they seems having no problem. What will I do next?

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Unplug the unit and dismantle the off and on timer and remove the plastic back cover until you see the 4 way switch. Using an air compressor clean the terminals of all the contact points. Assemble again and operte.

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