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Just had a service recharge and leak test ..pep boys ...they said there was no pressure and no coolent in the air conditioner so they recharged it and tested it for leaks told us that it was clogged ? and although it did work for the first 5 days it now blows only hot air

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Has to either be a leak or compressor not working theres a 2 prong wire on the condensor unplug it stick a paper clip in both holes of wire to complete the circut see if compressor kicks on

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