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Honeywell RTH230B a/c problem

We bought this thermostat late last year and worked fine through the winter and worked fine up until now. Was keeping the house at any temp we wanted (we like it cool so its usually set at 68-70). Now no matter what you set it at, it stays at 72-73 on the thermostat. Thought maybe the battery was bad, changed those.. no help. New filter.. tried that, no help. The air is actually coming on and feels cold but wont get to any lower than 72 on the thermostat and it's really warm with the 100 degree Memphis weather and humidity. This goes for manually changing the temp or setting the auto program. If this is a thermostat problem, any help would be appreciated, if it sounds more like a unit problem, I'll have to call someone! Either way your advice is appreciated!

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If you set the thermostat on 70 and your house won't get ant cooler than 72, there is a problem with your system,not your stat. I'm thinking you are low on refrigerant if it is somewhat working. when the unit is running, if you can get your hand on the larger refrigerant line under the black insulation, it should be cold, about 55 degrees.

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