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My carrier unit will not shutoff runs conitnuously until early morning hour.had it looked at and has plenty of coolant and clean air filter.thermostat is set for 73 and will fluxuate from 74 to 75 will not hit 73 and shutoff.

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What about the condenser. it needs to be cleaned too..

please check the condenser..it could be just dirty.

i hope i was able to solve ur problem..

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