Your AC unit won’t turn on due to damaged wires in the cord that connects the AC unit to electricity. Wires may be damaged due to bad handling or negative pressure exerted on them, for example when the cable is close to a fireplace or gets stepped on occasionally. The cable becomes weaker over time. To correct this, you need to take your AC unit to a repair shop or call someone to repair it.
There are other reasons that AC units may not turn on. The filter to the AC may be blocked due to contamination from dust. In cases like this, the best option would be to replace the filter and your AC will turn on. You should check that your thermostat is in good shape. If not, that may be the problem. You should replace the thermostat with a new one. Make sure the thermostat you purchase is compatible with your AC unit.
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