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Won't cool down

The A/C compresser turns on at 80 degrees and turns off at 77 degrees. even thought its set on 68 degrees

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  • phoenix210 Jun 09, 2008

    same problem, AC goes on cold at 80 degrees and turns itself off at 78/79 even when thermostat is set to 70. ??? Air is cold when it's actually ON, so clearly it works, but not sure how to fix the thermostat, which is clearly messed up. Annoying since the unit is 3 years old and conventional wisdom says that they last 10.

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