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Air conditioner stopped working. Could it be a fuse?

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Could be a fuse or a freon leak, check fuse under hood at fuse box, on drivers side, if fuse good, check for low on freon, if low that will also keep a/c compr. from coming on, if low recharge a/c system and also, inject some dey, this way if it leaks, you will be able to locate the leak.

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