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Needs freeon fix self or take somewhere

Was working fine now wont cool the room think it needs freeon. is there a place to put it in ourselves or do i have to take it somewhere

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Adding refrigerant is not a do it yourself job. Most likely, you just have a plugged air filter. Generally, you will find a washable nylon mess filter just behind the front grill.

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