Question about Heating & Cooling
Most of the common cause would be a slow leak in the system, and Freon might have been lost, causing warm air to blow. There also can be lots of other possibilities. Try going back to the shop where the care was done or a different one to see what they find. Air conditioning work requires lots of equipment and is not really a do-it-yourself repair.
Simply recharging an A/C system never fixes anything. An electrical problem may have occurred if there is a leak. The system has three major components and a few smaller ones. Most of the time, your problem lies in at least one of the three big ones: compressor, evaporator, and condenser, not looks like the fuse.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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