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Q: Air doesn't get cold enough

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The air conditioning doesn't get cold like it should.

A: There are many components to consider when ...

There are many components to consider when the air conditioning stops working. The major components are electrical, and blown fuses cut the power. A low refrigerant charge will cause poor function, and a low charge would be very likely due to a leaking seal. Have a mechanic trained in the maintenance and repair of air conditioning systems, inspect your entire AC system, and estimate a repair.

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