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The air condition does not produce enough cold. I have been using it for one year now but the problem just started today (i have put it to the minimum temperature of 18 centgrade...

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It sounds like it's due for a good internal cleaning, they get dirt and such in them, it plugs up the condensers(2), you should be able to remove the inside cover and see without too much problem, don't force it,gently use a soft old toothbrush and clean the fins, don't bend them

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