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Central air has a lack of pressure and is not cooling the entire house... what can we do?

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  • littlamsterd Jul 03, 2009

    Well it is in a mobile home and we have lived here for about a year... The mobile home is 9 years old.This happened to us once before and all we had to do was turn the unit off for a day and then it seemed to kick back on. We tried that again today but it doesn't seem to have enough pressure in the living room and it isn't as cold as it was before.

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Dont know what your location is or how old the house is but if you have flexible ducting in the attic you can check to see if the return line from the filter is either kinked or collapsed, If the A/C company did not install the proper size return duct the fan in the a/c unit can **** on the duct hard enough to collapse it.

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