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I would say you have two choices. Pay a high service charge or buy a new one.It sounds to me like the compressor is not working and could easily cost more to replace or repair than to buy new,Sorry I'm not more help. Thank you
We've had dozens of these in for more serious work but I noticed that the drain container on them has to be shoved in all the way in order to satisfy the control. What I do to get some peace while working on them is shove a small piece of styrofoam into the opening on the upper right where the tab in drain container goes in. Alternatively, if the mechanism needs adjustment you could bend the metal actuator bracket forward just a bit