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Cold air is blowing out the condenser, but not blowing cold air inside the house.

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  • Dennis Boxerman May 11, 2010

    this is usually an indication that either the compressor is not running or, if it is a heat pump, it is in the "Heat" mode.

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Hot air supposed to be comming out of the condenser while in operation if not the compressor may not be running check the capacitor for swelling or a leakage

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Many possibilities here. The compressors in those units are very quiet as a rule, so without removing panels its hard to tell if they are running. Regardless I suggest calling for service. The possibilities range from faulty compressor, to faulty compressor relay, to low refrigerant (causing the low pressure safety to keep the compressor off). Either way as an experienced technician, these are not the kind of units the average handy man can fix.

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