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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
From what you've told me - I'm now thinking you're low on freon, and my advice (to you) would be to call a Service Tech who can (a) find the leak (b) fix the leak and (c) re-charge the unit with the proper charge.
Of course you can always put a 'tap valve' on the AC and try to charge it yourself - but unless you have experience with this kind of work, and the proper tools, i.e. gauges and welder - you will not be able to repair the leak (it will almost invariably need welding) - or properly re-charge the unit.
In any event - if a 'leak' is your problem - you should be able to get a Service Tech to fix it for you - for around $100-$150 without a problem.
Posted on May 17, 2010
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