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Doesn't cool very well

Just wondering if these units can be recharged?

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Yes, A water cooler can be recharged. You just need a refrigeration tech.

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call one in as it may not be a gas problem but compressor not running or a blocked tx valve

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Ths is usually caused by the air intake filter being dirty or clogged. Remove the filter and clean as necessary. If that doesn't solve the problem, there may be a small leak in the refrigerant coils. In which case, replacing the coils will be required and the compressor will have to be recharged with refrigerant gas.

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My ac is not blowing air as cold as it was can i recharge it with freon?


It may or may not need recharging with freon (freon is no longer legal to use). So before you attempt to recharge it or have it recharged, troubleshoot the following:

1. The air intake filter may be dirty or clogged. Remove and clean or replace it.

2. The cooling coils may have a buildup of dust and dirt. Clean the with warm water and a mild dish
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3. Cooling fins are dirty and need to be cleaned. Like a refrigerator, if the fins are dirty the unit has
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4. If the unit is in direct sun light for 6 hours or more per day, consider installing an awning over it.

Now, if none of the above increases the cooling output, consider having the unit recharged with 134a Refrigerant. This is best left to the pros, as it requires specialized equipment to not only test to see if really needs recharging. And if does, the equipment to evacuate the remaining Freon in accordance with EPA Regulations.

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