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White dust After not using the air conditioner for a month, I turned it on and it is blowing a medium-fine white dust into the room. I've cleaned the filter and vacuumed the machine, but the problem continues. Is it dangerous to breathe? What can be done?

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If the unti working good and cooling then change the filter it may be too old.

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