Clutch engaging/charged- (freon) I would check those things next. If you are low R12, you might have a bad o ring somewhere.
This happened to mine every year for 4 years. First few times it was a hose to the compressor, last time it was the actual compressor that had to be replaced...bought it on Ebay for around $300
Heatstrips could be on with ac
Compressor not operating.
The heater core is plugged. Blow it out with a compressor. If that does not work replace the heater core.
If the compressor is not turning on it could be as simple as low refrigerant level. If the compressor IS turning on, it might be a stuck heater core valve.
Sounds like your compressor is locking up.
It takes a few minutes of run time for the compressor to warm up the discharge gas, which is the heat source.
Yes, If the orifice tube was clogged or damaged. A faulty desiccant bag or compressor are usually the cause.
low freon, bad compressor, clogged lines, plugged condenser etc etc
It is possibly due to th compressor disconnecting itself due to overheating ("thermal overload"). It could also be a faulty thermostat.
dual control damper needs replaced how do you change it
if the heater does not blow out warm air change the setting.