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There are better electricians on here than me, but I would start by looking at how much is on the circuit with the machine.  If it shares a circuit with several other items it may just be pulling too much when the compressor starts.   Was it working OK before or is this a new installation?  How often does it trip and how long will it stay on after being reset?  

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Start by plugging the cooling deck directly into an outlet, bypassing the rest of the machine.  You can use an extension cord for that, just make sure it is at least 12 gauge.  That will narrow it down to whether it is the deck or the rest of the machine.

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In your home you have to have a clean, unused 15 amp circuit for it to run on.  Anything less will probably trip and I guarantee you that you don't have an unused circuit.  If you are using an extension cord then no home circuit will support that - and you could set your home on fire.  This is really too big a machine for a home environment.

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