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We have a Honeywell A/C (we believe it's a focus pro 6000) that is not working properly. The A/C unit itself is running but the vents inside the house are not cooling. We think it's a problem with the preprogrammed settings--the power went off earlier today.

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The honeywell is just a thermostat.my guess is the capacitor went out in the condenser when you lost power.turn the temp down on the thermostat and hit the hold button.....if it does not cool,call a service tech.good luck!

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