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Wont cool Fans cond & evap both work; compressor runs; t-stat pretty new; unit is 9yrs old any advice

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  • Anonymous Sep 08, 2008

    Won't cool , suspect leak, can't see where to valve, just a soldered pipe end. Help!!!!

    Everything is clean.

  • MolinasMA May 11, 2009

    I'm having a similar problem it will not cool products but the r-134a charge does not fit onto the valve

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    compressor comes on but buzzes an not cooling an condensor fan works

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    cond fan is running


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1. try cleaning the condenser it's gotta to have some dirt.

(if it looks clogged, turn the unit off and spray the condenser with a water hose!) it should throw out some dirt

if you did step 1 and still no cooling suspect a small refrigerant leak.

most of the times if its r-134a, i go down to autozone and buy a stop leak for r-134a and charge it into system.

also if theres a refrigerant leak,i'd get a tech to check and correct leak (if he finds it) but that's worse case scenario :) I'd go with dirty condenser.... email me at if you need more info.

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