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When its hot the aircon is not getting cold

When its cold the aircon works good and cold, but when its hot or 12 pm lunch time here philippines the aircon is not getting cold. what do you think is the problem, the compressor?

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If not low on refrigerant, Things that could be wrong are expansion valve inopt, condensor fan not working or possible bad compressor. 

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