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A/c not working

The a/c was blowing hot air so I had a mechanic put freon. It worked for about 2 weeks and then started blowing hot air again. Is this a costly repair?

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There may be a leak in the system.An a/c shop can put dye in the system to find the leak.It may be a bad o-ring

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Wel I am not a mechanic or anything, but i haev had some experience with aircons. The one problem might be that there is a leak in the pipes. 9 out of ten times the leak is where the various pipes join. you can simply take a spaner and tighten them otherwise the leak maybe where the compressor is. if the pipes were blocked then it will not blow any cold air and you said it did blow cold air for a while. the way to find a leak is take soap water in a spray gun and spray the soap water in on the pipes and joints, this should blow a bubble where the leak is. however this can only work if you have gas in the compressor. so fill in more aircon gas first.
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