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The hoses from the compresser seem to be backwards.

The big hose running to the accumulater is hot and the small one is cold. this is backwards from any ac ive ever seen. the system is holding freon and the compresser kicks on fine. still no cold air. what could b the problem?

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Replace the compressor

Posted on Jun 24, 2009

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    Replace the compressor

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