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Got problem with my A/C system!!

I live in a Tropical Country, so when it's around midday, it's like an oven. Everytime i got it checked, the same problem happen again. Please guys help me out.

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What the problem is? i don't understand you, what? your ac don't blow cold air? it's because that you need to install Freon gas.

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