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Central Air, its a Trane, cools, however not very well. I think it needs a charge

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First I would check your filters inside the furnace or air handler. Then if you have access I would check the a-coil. Sounds to me like you have a problem in the area of where the system transfers heat from the inside to the outside. Another thing that would'nt hurt would be to clean your condensing unit outside.

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