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What is wrong if your home ac vents have water drops on them and the ac runs 24 hours and only cools to 74 degrees in a 575 sq ft 2nd floor condo?

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2006-01-11 17:43:59
2006-01-11 17:43:59

possibles: fan speed too slow, clogged filter, clogged fins on ac unit inside or outside house, low freon, poor or no insulation in attic,walls and floor joists, downstairs occupant not using air conditioning, poor weather sealing. Did it ever cool better than now? undersized AC unit? Larger copper pipe on outside unit should be cold and sweating

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