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My air conditioner blows but will not blow cold. I think it may be a belt. Could it be the compressor?

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  • Jonathan Dawson May 11, 2010

    Have you checked to see if it is full of freon. Also c/k to see if the compressor is comming on.

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Although it could be any of the major parts (compressor, evaporator, etc.), something to evaluate is if the air that blows is hot (like from the heater). If so, the problem is the blender door actuator.

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