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GE air condioner doesn;t blow cold air

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That is definitely a problem. Make sure that all the related filters and coils are clean. If there is ice forming then wait until the ice thaws after checking the filters and then retry.

If this doesn't work you will need a contractor to properly diagnose the system and check for any recalls or manufacturer warranties.

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