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Frigidaire AC 10,000 btu-not cooling very well

Purchased in 2006 - running fine until this year - not cooling properly have set to 60 degrees - went thru all the troubleshooting and everything is ok. Just not cooling like it should. Any other things we can look at?

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Make sure the filter is clean. Take the unit outside and get some coil cleaner and cleant the coils. You'll have to remove the casing. Also,rinse it from the inside outwards.

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