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Goldstar R1804H My air conditioner is freezing up. I keep turning it down but it still freezes. What can I do? Its over 100 outside, Which is common here.

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Well u should take it out the window and dran the water out unite thwe water is gone then put it back ang if u still see that its freezing try it again and then put it one and u my have to do this offin to keep it from freezing

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