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My air conditioner stopped working.

I just installed the unit in my window and after two day's it shut off and wont turn back on. I cleaned out the filter and checked the outlets and still the air conditioner will not turn on. What can I do? It was working just fine, then nothing.

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Lets check do you have plug something els in the outlet to check for ac curent? the cable of this unit have an overload braker? need more info but better call a tech...good luck

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I bet it's broken.

Posted on Jul 05, 2010

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The things to check are 1 circuit breaker for outside unit...2 capacitor on on outside unit could be bad...if it is swollen or is oily it is bad...3 bad contactor ....if the inside unit is running there should be a buzzing noise on the outside unit..this would be the the contactor energized..if it is buzzing then 1 no power 2 bad capacitor.... if it is not buzzing 1 bad contactor 2 low freon pressure switch could be bad(was it coooling good before it quit coming on ) if yes then low freon will not be the problem 3 broke thermostat wires close to outside unit...

Posted on Jun 05, 2009

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