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Why is my air conditioner blowing warm air?

The thermostat is set at 75 degrees and is reading over 80. Could that cause the problem? It is 100 degrees outside. My husband says I broke it by setting the thermostat at 75 and is throwing his usual tantrum. Is it true that setting the thermostat at 75 degrees when it is 100 degrees outside that it would break the air conditioner? It needed Freon 2 years ago. Is it normal to have to periodically replace the Freon? It went out a week ago and then came back on in a few hours (after being temporarily turned off). This is Tucson, Arizona. Hot! Mr. Tantrum said it was probably frozen. What is the cost of fixing this problem? What is the best way to prevent this from happening in the future?

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Joey S
by Joey S Earned 7,357 community points in Building Supplies
July 16th, 2008
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