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A/c cycles on and off but won't cool. IT won't let me put in much freon either. What might cause this problem

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    twenty on low and 45 on high


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You say you cant put in much freon, why? you should be able too, even to over charge it. But I want you to check the power to the clutch when it cycles off, if you still have power at the clutch wire (12voltsdc) and the clutch cycles off you have a bad clutch coil, or the wiring at the clutch has a bad crimp. If you loose power to the clutch then the controls are cutting it off, (low press / hi press) switches one or the other. .

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