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Air condition not cooling.fan OK

Air condition not cooling

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    have the dealer test it for leaks.

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The compressor doesn't have any freon or the fuse is blown. The compressor has a pressure switch when it has the correct amount of freon in, the switch is closed. So if doesn't have the right amount it won't work.

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