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My air conditioner shuts off when it runs for about 5-10 minutes. I wait for a while then I have to roll the fan to start it. Then like I said it only runs for a few minutes then shuts off. The model # is 25373185300 and it is 18500 btus.

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The system is either in need of cleaning which is causing thermal overload or it is undercharged and needs to be properly charged to correct the problem

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