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I have a new PAC W130E that doesn't blow any cool air. the a\c compressor does cut in.

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Just check whether the unit is getting proper power supply ...

also check whther fan is working properly

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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It sounds as if the compressor (that provides the cooling) is cutting out due to either a faulty thermostat or is itself overheating.

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