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Make sure your air filters are clean and the coils are clean. Also make sure the fans are running (condenser and evaporator, I assume this is a window unit so it's probably 1 motor that runs both). The other thing is the refrigerant charge. Call and check on prices to get that checked as a new unit may be cheaper.

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