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Dose compressor fell too hot ? There could be several things wrong. First you will need to get out your Volt meter to make all test. With unit calling for freeze cycle the condenser fan and compressor should be running. Check at the compressor to make sure your getting power to the over load switch and then through it to compressor. if not then check to see if compressor is to hot and has the switch open> If so then unplug unit to let compressor cool down so switch will close. when switch closes plug unit back up and start up unit check to see it compressor starts if so then you will need to see what is causing compressor to over heat. could be dirty condenser, low charge, fan dropping out, Bad compressor.
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It sounds like you have a drain issue. You can do a test with the unit on open the panel with the board and remove the 2 pink leads and make a jumper for those terminals. If the unit comes on 3 min fill then circulating pump and compressor and fan come on then you know you either have a kink in the drain line or a bad pump. If your unit doesnt have a drain pump then the pink lines could be open and it will turn the unit off too.
Has to be a bad a switch, wiring issue or maybe a control board. pull the service cover and see if the red light is lit on the board (or flashing). Light on (no flashing) indicates the board is powered up and no errors are occurring.