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A/c unit not cooling house weatherking model #12AJA3601

Weather king a/c attic unit model # 12AjA3601 heat/air unit not cooling house . how do i clean coils/or clean out dirt from unit? HELP PLEASE!

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I use a spray nozzel on my water hose to clean out the oustide coil. You can go to a local Hvac parts store and get a cleaning gun and foam to clean the coil. I just use my water hose and sprayer with arm and hammer baking soda.

Posted on Jun 04, 2010

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