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Barely blowing out of vents even with filter out. Not cooling the house down . The copper line from outside to inside has frost on it

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To solve the problem now would be to turn off the system and put fan in the on mode for about 45 min. long term you need to clean the inside coil (evaperator coil) and change filter

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