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The ac is a window unit its blowing air out strongly but the air coming out is not cold

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Make sure the condenser fan is running. That is the one that blows hot air outside. Also see if you can tell if the compressor is running. There is a discharge line and a suction line on the compressor. The suction line should feel cold and the discharge line will be very hot. If the condenser fan and compressor are both running then you may need to get the refrigerant charge checked.

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