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Fedders Window A/C - Poor Cooling I have a fedders window A/C that is a few years old (5-6) it was working fine until a week ago.  It started to no cool the room.  I investigated and found that the evaporator is freezing. What is wrong?  How do I fix it?

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  • sanukancha1 Apr 27, 2009

    It looks like only the fan is running. Can't get any cold air.

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Dirty coils, restricted air flow, broken fan blades, faulty thermostat, Gas leaks are a few possible causes for this to happen.

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