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Our Fujitsu inverter although on 18 degrees and "Cooling" on high is not cooling at all. Just feels like a fan on high

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First advise not to keep in 18 degree temp.(Please ask me why in separate question)
You will get better cooling in 23 degree itself. There are many reasons for not getting cold.
1. Dirty filter and coil. Clean it. 2. Check compressor is working. 3.If working, check for gas pressure. 4. If gas pressure is good, check out door fan motor working well. 5. And also clean your condenser coil.

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Posted on Jan 03, 2011

Testimonial: "Haven't tried cleaning the filters or coil but will do so. thank you"

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