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Not Cooling When I checked the unit outside, the fan is blowing cold air. Both, the unit inside and outside are runing well, but air flow in the house is not cooling. I took a look at the breakers, but they are fine as well. Can this be the compressor?

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Re: Not Cooling

Yes, the compressor might not be running. Possibly a bad run capacitor or maybe burnt wires on the contactor or compressor flags.

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