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Goodman seer 12 amps to high

Problem is that it's amps are high 20.19 total unit and it's breakin that breaker 40amps. purchase 2004. we cleaned it out all the coils yesterday and it was run at 16.99 amp regular and now it's started again,,,,waz up!!!! help we live in az

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