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I programmed my AC at 79ºF, when i got home last Saturday the temp inside the house was 86ºF! my daughter and i tried to troubleshoot using the Honeywell pamphlet but we're getting fan not cool air. We made sure the AC is cool mode but only warm air coming out. PLEASE HELP, it's going to be 110ºF today.

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There are many things that can cause your air conditioner not to cool...

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