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It doesnt cool the house temrature down

It was working for 2 days and my house temperature didn't go down 1 degree :@

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It appears from what you say that both the indoor fan and the outdoor fan must be running. If so, you must check the compressor to see if it is running. It probably is not, but if it is, you are probably totally out of refrigerant due to a leak maybe.

Let the unit run for a couple of minutes and then feel the copper lines that are leaving the outside unit. The big one should be quite cold probably to the point of sweating. The little one should be warm.

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