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Cooling problem Four units in total are connected to one fan outside. THe unit in my room used to give(last summer) really cold air...however recently its not that cold.(Ive had the unit for about a year now) The other 3 units havnt been used much at all and they give off really cold air. Is there any way to fix this problem??

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Check your unit for dust buildup or blocked filters. Clean as required.

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