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Air conditioner blows hot air. will not accept coolant

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Sounds like a bad compressor. If you have manifold gauges and the necessary tools (like a vacuum pump, Refridgerant, etc.) you can draw down the system and re-charge. But first I would take a high and low side reading to see if all is well with that compressor.

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