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No cool air but only fan working in central air condition

Have central air condition and the gas people came to do some work abt 2 days ago and now the cool air is not coming out but only the fan work in fan mode and in auto. what do u think the problem might be pls help. thanks

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Check to see if outside unit is running. If it is check breaker,float switch inside. If everything is ok You have to call a Service Tech. There is only so far you can go. If you think the gas company had anything to do with it call them back and tell them it was working before you checked the gas. They could have left something off. Russ

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