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My a/c unit is running but no air is coming out of the vents in the ceiling

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It sounds like your indoor fan is not running. First check to make sure you have power to the fan. Check your ciruit breakers and fuses. If that is good then turn off the power and make sure the fan rotates freely by hand. Next check the capacitor for the fan. You can use a multimeter for that or if the capacitor looks swollen it's a good bet that it is bad. Next check the fan motor windings with an ohmmeter. Let me know if you have any questions about what to do.

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