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    Gary Davd May 11, 2010

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Dirty filter or coil, check freon charge. sometimes its normal if your place is very humid

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Show me where the filter is located


dear sir /madam
please know what is type your air-con i mean widow type or split type or Central air conditioning's unit .if your air con is window type air conditioner then remove cover (grill) and find there is air filter if your air con split type of then open its cover there down side of cover there.is filter located
if air con is central cooling unit the find out your filter in duct side i mean air blower side where fresh cool air going to your room .

use this method i hope you will find solution of your problems


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