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Have the system checked for a leaking compressor, it sounds like you have lost the charge of refridgrent.
Posted on Jul 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Freon is what you are missing, our more specificly a refigerant charge that exceeds 45psi on the low side pressure line. This system has two pressure switches, a high side cut-out switch mounted on the rear of the compressor, and a low side or pressure cycling switch on the suction line.
Jump the low side switch contacts to ensure the electronics are sound for this system. If the compressor cycles, you know the system is low on a refrigerant charge. Turning on the AC is a request, and certain criteria must be met before the system operates as designed. Good luck
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
SOURCE: Air conditioning
As much as you probably don't want to hear it, I believe it is time to replace the a/c compressor. Be sure to change the orifice tube while you are at it. The compressor should take approximately 8 ounces pf pag 150 and about 32 ounces of freon.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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