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did you change the air filter and do not set it below 70,the tstat is not a gas pedal its works like a light switch, on or off, also please don't use your breaker as a switch its a safety device and will be damaged over time,If the unit starts to form ice (and it should never do that) set the tstat from cool to off and the fan button from auto to fan on,this will speed up the thawing
THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A RESET SWITCH ON THE FUEL PUMP. IF YOU HAVE WATER IN THE FUEL SYSTEM THE ONLY THING YOU CAN DO IS REMOVE IT, PHYSICALLY. DROP THE TANK, CHANGE THE FUEL FILTER, REMOVE THE THROTTLE BODY, AND GET RID OF THE WATER. AND DON'T FORGET TO BLOW IT OUT OF THE FUEL LINES.
WATER MOLECULES ARE BIGGER THAN FUEL MOLECULES AND WILL NOT GO THROUGH THE FUEL INJECTOR NOZZLES. YOU MAY EVEN HAVE TO REPLACE THE FUEL INJECTORS IF THE WATER DID DAMAGE THEM.
Check your gas filter. When you ran out of gas, you got any rust in your lines and filters. Change the inline filter and use an air compressor and blow the line TOWARDS THE TANK. Take the gas cap off first. There is also a filter in your tank.By blowing the line you may unstop that filter.