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Recharge A/C A/C not getting cool in hot weather

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Make sure that there is no debris on the condenser (ahead of radiator) or between condenser and radiator that is restricting air flow. Also make sure that you have a sufficient freon charge. Anything past that is best left to a qualified A/C shop. (a real one)

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