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My AC seems like it runs on fan mostly. It's not cooling. It cools when the compressor kicks on, but it doesn't stay on very long...no matter how low I have the thermonstat. Any suggestions? Thanks, Tony

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You may have thermostat problems. If the blower and compresssor kicks on, that indicates their ok. If you have a two wire thermostat, you can tie those wires together to see if the unit will operate. BE SURE TO DISCONNECT POWER.

Posted on Aug 18, 2007

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