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Not cooling I have a 10AJA4201 and it froze over the other day and I let it defrost and turned it back on. Now it won't keep up and runs constant. I have thermostat set at 73 and it won't get below 76. Heat of the day it goes above 80.

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Check the evap(indoor coil) if its clean and there is not an airflow issue,make sure the out door unit shuts off when the indoor fan is not running .if all is good you may have to place a service call and have the refridgerant levels checked

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1st thing to check after you have turned on the unit for say 45 minutes is the larger line coming out of the house to the outside condensing unit. If that line is not sweating on a 40% or higher humid day, your unit is not fully charged with refrigerant, keep in mind also that your outside unit must be able to move air through the coil. If the coil is dirty, turn off the outside electrical box, and wash it down with your water hose till it sparkles, then wait until it drys, turn on the power, and check the large copper line, this line must sweat, if not, the unit is low on refrigerant, and must be charged by a serviceman

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