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If it's cooling to the temperature that you have it set for or the comfort level you have it set for, it's normal for it to cut off, once it reaches that temperature and holds it for 5 minutes. When the room temperature rises above the comfort level you have it set for, it turns back on. If this is what you are describing, it's functioning normally.

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