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Air conditioner very loud and not as cool as usual

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Two things could be the problem.

The one you might be able to fix is a dirty outside coil. If you look at the outside portion of the airconditioner and notice the coil is plugged up with dirt and lint, all it needs is a good cleaning.
However, if the outside unit looks fine and the coil is not full of dirt, then the culprit will more than likely be a broken discharge valve on the compressor and this is a major repair not suited for the home-owner.
DO NOT run the air conditioner until it's repaired or more (and extensive) damage might occur.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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