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Disable tstat on portable AC? Frigidaire

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I need to disable the thermostat on my portable Frigidaire AC unit. I dont know the model number and unable to locate it but it is only about 1 year old and 110V window unit. The thermostat (I think) is only 2 wires and was sitting in front of unit behind filter, I moved it away from the cool air flow area but still does'nt keep the AC unit going only the fan. I am unable to adjust the electronic control below 60 degrees but need the AC to remain on at all times when unit is in operation. Does anyone w/ more knowledge than myself have the answer? I was wondering if I could just splice the 2 wires connected to the thermo sensor together w/ a wire nut shorting out the sensor? Thanks in advance for any help.

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