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My ac is running but its not cooling off the house.or its just not kicking in right away..what to do?

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Mcdevito75 Here, Try this, turn the a/c off completely and un-plug from the wall outlet for 5 minutes. Plug back in the wall and just put the a/c fan on for 5 minutes, then turn the control that says cool slowly to it's coolest positon and see if the compressor will kick in, if it doesn't you may need a charge of freon, if the compressor does kick in slowly back off the cool control to where the compressor just turns off. Contact any a/c repair shop in your area they come to the house.

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