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Air not blowing out forcefully

Had freeion put in air was clod for 1 day now air is not blowing out enough to cool house down. what's the problem?

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If you had a company out to do this, it sounds like they didn't check things very well. It is very possible that you have a leak that needs to be repaired. Also, it could be a problem with the indoor fan or a plugged air filter. The coil is probably freezing over with ice because it is too cold caused by one of these problems

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