Q: Air conditioning is blowing warm air

asked by on February 08, 2016

The air conditioning is blowing warm air.

In most cases an AC system will begin to blow warm air due to low refrigerant but occasionally will be due to a bad compressor or condenser. I would first check the refrigerant pressure to determine if there are any leaks. I recommend enlisting a certified mechanic to inspect your AC system to determine what repairs are needed.

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