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I just had a new Goodman 13 seer installed on 6/5/10 and the unit wont turn off and doesnt seem to cool down the house had new duct installed also they changed out the fan but it runs all day without turning off and wont get cold? any help would be appreciated

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CALL AN EXPERT......THE WIRES AT THE CONDENSER ARE NOT CONNECTED PROPERLY.THE UNIT SHOULD HAVE BEEN VACUUMED/PUMP DOWN BEFORE STARTING UP .POSSIBLE LOW ON REFRIGERANT ALSO.

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