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The vents are barely blowing any air out. The air is cold but there isn't enough air coming out. We're trying to leave it off for a few hours to see if it might juts be froze over but we don't think that's the problem.

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  • chaosflame10 Jun 27, 2009

    How do I get to the coil though?



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Air on temp? Air off temp what is your fan speed like? is the vent full of dirt? clean it anyway and see what happens.

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First ting to check is the return air filter may be blocked if it is ok you may will have dirty coil

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  • binev_78 Jun 28, 2009

    the coil is behind the filter and the filter is behind the front panel.for high wall a\c you just pull the sides of the panel and for low mounted ones ussualy there is a push button,hope that helps



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