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AC not working. Sound but no cold air.

I got this email from a tenant in our condo. The AC is a GE, through the wall model.

The AC unit in our bedroom doesn't seem to be working. When we turn it on, it sounds like it's working, but there's nothing coming out of it, on any of the settings.

Any suggestions?

Beth Day

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Dirty filter and or froze up indoor coil. most likely locked or stuck blower motor.

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