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In cool mode the cool light flashes green, instead of steady green. The air is not cool it is like fan temperature.

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Hi
The most likely explanation is that the air conditioner has a leak and is out of gas.
If however the air coming from the indoor is cool, but not cool enough to cool the room, then there are a number of possible causes. See http://www.coolmax.com.au/air-conditioning/troubleshooting.htm
OR
for the flashing green light try to reset the unit by disconnecting the power supply for 10sec or some mins. and operate the unit.
do let me kno the status after folowin the instruction
all the best
regards

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