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Goodman CAPF4860C6AA not cooling properly

I have a goodman and it stopped working right. The insulated line from the outside unit seemed to be freezing near the main unit and the main unit is cold and sweating like dew. I cleaned the filter and the over flow pump was stuck so I fixed it too. Then I cleaned the dirt off the outside unit (radiator). Now the unit seems to work fine except it doesn't cool as it should and it still feels like it is freezing to touch the cabinet and the water from the overeflow is cold also. What do you recommend?
Im desparate!!

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It sounds like it needs to be charged. What you need to do is shut the system down for 24 hours in order to let the unit thaw. Then if you are not EPA certified, you need to have a repair tech come out and charge your system. That should be it unless you have a leak in the lines.

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