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Not putting out cold air

The compressor sounds like it is running but after an hour no temp.change from intake. I placed thermo. at nearest duct. inside the vent. It is a rv roof unit. It sat for two years before being run. I,ve looked everything over and all looks ok. Next step measure line voltage? how? Then compressure amp? w/ outside ambient air temp. To calculate RLA? Any guidance would be helpful. Thanks my unit comes on fan and compressor seem to work and sound ok but dose non cool i have an auto repair shop and am familiar with air condishing system was going to check if it was low on freon do not see a valve or port is there a place to check freon level

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In car airconditioning system there is a filter with glass window where you can see if the gas is bubbling if so then your system have no sufficient freon gas.

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I Have a motor home that has a Red ,Yellow Blue and Green wire someone has cut the wires and the coleman has yellow,white,green and a brownand white striped wire. What goes back to what

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