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Ac does not put out very much cool air nor volume. Coolant has been charged.

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Need to ck. inside evap. coil. after 10 yrs of hard use everything from pet hair to drit or dust or old paper bags will get **** up and clog the coil giving you low air flow and no cooling.

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The problem isn't with the ac , it's with the blower fan - apparently it only works on the lowest speed. Check the fan button and the wiring from it to the fan.

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