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Air condition runs for atleast an hour and don't come on after 10 pm

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What is the outside temperature when it runs for over an hour?
do you have a programmable thermostat? Have you verified the settings for on times? Have you had your outside unit service (cleaned) recently? these are some of the things that could be causing the issues you describe

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