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I have a resmed S9 machine - it has just started to blow air out way to hard. There is no leaks and I have tried changing the pressure settings but it doesn't make any difference.

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Refrigerant is not your problem!!!!!!!!

Your recycle door has broken off and fallen over the suction duct to your blower. You can verify this by removing the blower under the dash on the passenger side. Reach up into the duct and if there is a plastic door obstructing the duct, it has broken off. With a little manuvering you can remove the broken door through this hole and you will have air again, just no control of inside or outside air. Dodge has redesigned the housing for this recycle door which is supposed to stop this from happening. The redesigned housing and door come as a unit from Dodge for about $30.00 and this includes the electric actuator. This requires removing the Dash to change the housing so if your not ready for several hours work, take it to a mechanic.

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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When car air conditioning barely blows out air from a/c vents, usually the problem is the blower, its either failing blower or sliding blower wheel from the blower motor shaft, another reason is that blower might be suffering from a faulty dashboard blower switch assembly, making the blower not operate on maximum operation even if it was set on the highest setting.

Air duct blockage also restrict the flow of air from coming out the vent, because of a closed or nearly closed air doors that is stuck inside from one of a/c duct, this prevent the air to come out the vent, also it is possible that an accumulation of debris such as leaves from a fresh air intakes prevents the flow of air, but the restriction of air can only be felt when your car air conditioning is set to "fresh".

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It's probably just a blockage.

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SOURCE: heater doesn t blow out any heat or air

If it is not blowing at all your problem is with the fan. It is mounted up under the passenger side. Typically about 6 screws hold on the cover and the fan is right under it. Pretty easy fix. When the fan is out I would test it first....after thought here...did you check the fuses?

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