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HAVE A VERY OLD CENTRAL AC UNIT NOT COOLING. DO YOU YOU WHAT COULD BE WRONG

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Hello, usually when a air conditioner does not cool it falls into a airflow problem or a low refrigerant charge. The first thing to check is the condition of your air filter, blower wheel, and evaporator coil make sure they are clean. If that checks out good then most likely your air conditioner has a low refrigerant charge due to a leak. In this case you will need a technician to come out and repair the leak.

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