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I have a hunter programable thermostat model number 44422 and the condenser outside will not kick on The fan is working inside but I have no cool air(air conditioning) I do not understand why the outside condensor will not start to cool It is so hot in the house Could the thermostat be programmed is so how do i deactivate it to so the condensor will work Thank you

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The outdoor unit has failed in some way. This is probably not the thermostats fault. You can check the breaker for the outdoor unit by turning it off and then back on. If this does not work, the problem is most commonly one of the following issues. All of which should be done by a professional because the danger of electrocution.

1) Bad Start/Run capacitor
2) Bad Compressor
3) Bad Exhaust fan motor
4) Combination of some or all of the above.

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