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Air conditioner is not cooling house. Seems to be blowing very little cool air through floor vents. It was 115 degrees today! Do I need to call a repairman?

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At 115°F it is very critical that the condenser on the outside unit is perfectly clean and the fan operating. Try to shield the outside unit from direct rays of the sun. At 115° you could be reaching what is called critical temperature for the refrigerant. Yes, have it checked by a qualified service technician.

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