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I just replaced the compressor, it has been

I just replaced the compressor a few weeks ago, it has been cooling well, but recently it gradually stoped cooling, it is blowing well, its just not blowing cool air.

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Likely you have a system leak (probably what killed first compressor) find the leak, fix, purge, do a vacuum hold test then re-fill....If it won't hold vacuum it won't hold charge...easier than wasting freon. Also make sure orifice screen is not blocked.

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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Sounds like the first leak was not found . Need to bring it back in. And state that you should'nt have to pay again because it either is a defective replacement or the leak was not in the last compressor that was condemed.

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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