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If you are referring to the indoor section on a split system, then turn off the a/c at the thermastat. Turn on only the indoor fan and let it run untill it can defrost itself. Then locate the leak in the refrigerant piping, repair and recharge the system.
You have bad cccccccccapacitor in your outside unit. Not hard to replace but you need to find someone to sell you one It should say 45 5 or 50 5 on the side of the capacitor. You can also call a service tech about 150 for the repair. Rus Carrier Dealer 45 years
GOto the iside unit itself. and remove the door and look for a terminial strip that the thermostat wires from the thermostat connects to and write down the colors wires and the letters they're connected to and connect the same to the thermostat .... they should be... r--red=power w-white=heat y--yellow=cool g-- green=fan! See which wires/ colors they're not using and bend back! Thank-you-very-much!