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RICHARD LUDWIG Posted on May 23, 2007
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ACQ088MR I got this a/c unit last june for my trailer up north--worked great--cold as ice--.Took it out for the winter, brought it home,stored it in the basement upright,just like in the window. Went up last week and out it in . Went in great.Slight tilt outside for drainage just like last year. Its cool but not cold. Went to bed and it was 82. Woke up and it was 78. tryin to fix it with out taking it out and luggin it home to the place i bought it . Any suggestions i could try before i take it in would be appreciated.. THANKS

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One needs to check if fans are running correctly otherwise, gauges need to be connected onto system.  assuming the condenser(radiator) is clean.

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