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Sears Kenmore Amana window ac unit 13,000 btu: Sometimes the compressor will not shut off to cycle. Last night I woke up to an ice cold house and turned the digital temp up and the compressor wouldn't shut off so I turned the power off and the comp stayed running until I unplugged the unit. What does it sound like to you?

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  • leorousseau Jul 12, 2008

    Also, know when I plug it back in the compressor is binding up trying to start. It's like it is stuck engaged.

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Sounds like a dirty coil or stuck thermostat

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