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I had my A/C fixed where they replaced all of the critical components. After a week, it stopped working and the shop found that it had too much freon. After it stopped again, they found a pinched line and replaced it. It worked for a month, then quit. Now, they can't locate a problem. The A/C should work, but does not cool......help!!

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    Bill May 11, 2010

    What components were replaced? I have seen the accumulators descicant sack come apart and plug the orifice tube.

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Take it back to the shop

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