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Runs well until temps reach 90+ F ,continues running + indoor heat slowly rises from 76 to 80 within 4 hours

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The unit could be under sized for your house but if its been working fine before this year then you're probably low on charge, the indoor filters or coil are dirty or the outdoor coil is dirty or fan motor not running at full speed.Check the outdoor coil and charge first.

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