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I have a Bryant 661CJ030-E. While in cooling mode

I have a Bryant 661CJ030-E. Hot air is coming off the fan while set to cool per thermostat. What should I do? Do I need more freon, if so, what should I get?

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Additionally, with the information given, it could be an electrical problem. Is the outside fan running, is the compressor running? Your best bet is to call a professional.

Posted on Jul 22, 2010

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