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Not cooling Just took over a business. 2 True cooler and a freezer there. Not used in 2 years. All work but one. Fans and motor work, just won't cool at all. Could it be just freon. Probably less than 10 years old. If freon, is it a do it yourself for a novice. Thanks

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Thanks for the question no not a job for you you need gages and knowledge of operating presures let a service tech do this thanks the appliance doc

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