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Not cold air cool air?

I have a Weather King and it is 4 years old. We live in Texas and it is always hot and over the past few weeks we have noticed the AC is not blowing COLD air just cool or Fan type air. can you help?

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Check your air filter. if its ok call the guy who installed it and have him fix the leak. It prob is a bad weld joint. Check the joints on the copper tubing inside at the coil and outside at the a/c and feel around and see if there is oil leaking from the joint. If not you may have a leak in a coil or on the txv inside on the coil.

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