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That happend to me last winter and I did the same thing; unplugged it and all was fine. This past spring I started looking around for parts to fix and convert over to R-134A. After I was just about sure where I was gonna get the stuff I decided to plug it back in for the hell of it and "It worked". I don't know what the deal was unless there was some dirt or moisture combined with the cold weather froze up in the compressor. What ever it was my A/C worked all summer and haven't had any problems since. So I say don't worry about it now, I doubt if you need A/C in Colorado in the winter. Maybe you'll get lucky and when it warms up the same thing will happen to you that did to me.
 
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