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Yes i have a fedders A6D24E7A WINDOW UNIT.
it blows very cold for 5 mins and then the compressor shuts off and the fan continues to run if i turn the unit off then right back on it will start up with compressor an blow for 5 more mins what can ni do to fix i alr4eady installed freon fitting but freon is ok help me please

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You may have an extremely intolerant cold control, a weak gaurdette on the compressor, a compressor motor winding issue, or maybe an oversized unit for the area you are trying to cool.

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