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Hi. i have a gold star R1200. Its not working proplerly. For example when I turn the air conditioner on it blows out warm air. it has been tooken care of, but its just not working properly. Can you gice me an explanation on what is happening to my a/c?

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Hi, it's a compressor problem. Compressors are not user serviceable. It's either you need to refill the compressor or that you need to get a new one.
Take care

Posted on Jul 18, 2010

  • artis_landon Jul 18, 2010

    So how do i refill the compressor? and where is it located?

  • Quadri Olatunbosun
    Quadri Olatunbosun Jul 18, 2010

    It's located with the unit, call in an a/c repairer to help your refill it.

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