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Beverage air dd78e not cooling

I have and older model it uses r12 and it only cools to between 50 and 60 degrees . not sure if its a thermostat problem or low freon charge.I can recharge the unit but dont know ho much it takes since the tag with that information is unreadable

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Change setting on thermostat and see if anything changes. If yes, that's the prob if no, freon level. start there.

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