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Question DetailsAsked on 6/10/2015

My ac unit isnt blowing cold air. The unit fan outside is not moving however it still blows room temp inside

There isn't a hum nose outside. The vents inside is blowing but it's not cold air ..

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Assuming the inside temp at the thermostat is above the kick-on temp for the A/C, and that the thermostat switch has not been moved to Heat or Fan from A/C, and that the thermostat batteries are not dead so the unit has reset to factory defaults ...


Then the air flow is from your furnace blower unit, not the A/C - and the A/C has at least temporarily died if the compressor is not running and the condensor (outside) fan is not runnning. If that is the case like it sounds like, then barring thermostat issues as noted above, turn off the breaker or power switch to the A/C so it is not damaged more and get a Heating and A/C technician out to look at it.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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