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WHEN AC UNIT IS TURNED ON WE HEAR A CLICK BUT NOTHING ELSE.... WHEN UNIT WAS FIRST TURNED ON IT WAS BLOWING AIR IN THE HOUSE NOT COLD BUT OUTSIDE FAN WAS NOT TURNING.,,,,, WE THREW ALL THE BREAKERS AND STILL NOTHING CHANGED THE BATTERIES

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The capacitor in the electrical compartment has probably gone out, it will be a dual run configuration and a large round device with three terminals with multiple connections. Slao check all electrical connections.

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