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Weather king Not blowing hot air out top of unit its cool not dripping water. the unit will come on and off but its not cooling the inside of my home. ??

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The air conditioner is either low on freon: The compressor is malfunctioning due to a wire burned off on the side of side compressor:Or the compressor capacitor has gone bad. Good Luck, Gary

Posted on Apr 26, 2008

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