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I have a whirpool window a/c and heat unit. The model number is ACE184XL0. The unit is 8 years old. It no longer cools the air like it use to. The unit heats well. Do I have realistic repair alternatives? I have been told the window units have no easy way to re-charge the freon and it is cheaper to replace it.

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Try cleaning the air filter on the unit.

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