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Check that your unit is set to "Cool" mode and the temperature is set lower than room temperature. Window Ac's will have both a "Cool" and "Fan" mode. Listen for the sound of the compressor. It will give off a humming noise. If you do not hear the compressor turn on after a few minutes, set the temperature lower and try again.
The most common cause is a restricition of the air flow going to and coming from the unit. Please check your air filter to see that it is clean and no holes are present. Next, check for anything that would impeede airflow of the unit. This includes curtains around the unit. Leaves blocking the vents on the unit. The best way to check airflow on a unit is to feel the air coming from the air vent and the air passing through the fins on the unit (also known as the condenser). If the air flow feels weak, please clean your unit thoroughly.
Due to many electrical components, it is not avised to spray the entire unit with water. You may use a non abrasive cleaner to clean the front plasic panel. The air filter may be cleaned by removing from the unit and dusting off the debris into the trash can. It is not advised to remove the case of the unit. You may use a can of compressed air or an air compressor to blow out all the depress inside the unit. Once cleaned, make sure there is no debris wedged between the fins on the back of the unit and the unit is completely dry before plugging in.
An Air Conditioner will make a few sounds when operating. This includes whirling of air, gurgling of refrigerant, humming of the compressor, splashing of the water and clicking/beeping of the electrical components. The unit should be audible when running but not louder than than speaking volume.