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...would be sincerely appreciated. so sweaty, can't sleep at night. unit blows room temp air. bought at walkmart just 12 months ago. thanks in advance,
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Re: AC doesn't blow cold air
Threr are suppose to be two sounds comming from the window unit. One, the fan sound and the compressor sounds, (this compresses the refrigerants aove room temperatures (around 240*) & send it to the back coils and remove it to room temperatures and send it to the front coils which if enough freon, it will cool to at least 40*. Turn the thermostat all the way up or down while its off and see if you hear a clicking noise which tells you the thermostat is working which that what calls for cool. If it started loosing cools little by little, then you have a leak, and leaked all the freon out! If it stopped cooling all of once, then your compressor is not kicking in.
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Depending on the age of your unit, you could need some coolant added because the unit might have developed a leak. Also, generally in the top of the unit, you will see the cooling coils. These may need to be brushed if there is an accumulation of dust because this will prevent cooling. Finally, and I hate to admit this, but sometimes my unit is switched to "air" or to "exhaust" and of course, all the air is blowing OUT instead of IN. I hope one of my suggestions helps. With this heat, you don't need to live without your AC. If this does help, please rate my suggestion!
After doing extensive research, I couldn't find the information for your unit. You need a user manual but I couldn't find your model number. The only way you can contact this company is the email them. They should be able to send you the information you need. firstname.lastname@example.org
This tubbing carries the refrigerant. The small line is flowing to their inside air handler. If the line is hot it is an indication that the outside unit is not able to release the heat. The most common reason is that the coil (looks like a car radiator) is dirty or plugged. This can be cleaned with a brush or sometimes a garden hose. They do make acid type cleaners for doing this, but the use of the acids are restricted in some areas.
By the way the other black pipe should have a larger copper line behind the black insulation. That line should be cold and sweaty like a nice glass of ice tea:)