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My problem is I found everything frozen on and off the air conditioner and not cool in the house but outside the fan works

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You need to turn the system off and let it thaw out completely. Check your filters, it may be low on refrigerant. These are the two likely and easiest things to check.

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Do you have any frost on the lines going to the outside unit. If the large line is frosted your evaporator (Cooling coil in the furnace) could be frozen up. Operating it with the fan in automatic with the cooling on will sometimes be the cause of this condition.

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