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Water won't get cold

Hot water works, but we can't get the cold water cold

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Next to the compresssor check for a solid copper obese tube, filter drier, touch this with your bare hands, and see if it is warm,if not the gas is not enough it being leaked from somewhere.
Recharge the system with freon gas.

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