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Room air conditioner not cooling low enough

Turned on Air Conditioner first time this am. Had to turn it down to 60 to get it to cool. Does not get very cold. Can you put new refrigerant in it?

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It may need cleaning, if it cools when you turn the thermostat down it does not need refrigerant, the unit may have a thermostat our of caliabration.

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