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Broken air conditioner?

I have a GE brand air conditioner (model ASH08FCS1). It was working perfectly for some time, but it all of a sudden stopped working. The only thing it does is beep when I plug it back in after unplugging it, or if I bump the cord. It won't turn on, display anything, etc. HELP!

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Try another wall outlet. You may need an extenion cord.

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