Air con advice please!


Air con advice please!

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Our aircon is having issues that nobody can seem to fix. Some days it works perfectly fine and others it just spits out warm air and this seems to happen on the hottest days! 
Alot of the times, no matter what temp we put it on, it will only do freezing cold air and even then, after a few hours, it goes back to spitting out the warm air again. 
We have 2 units in the house. Upstairs and downstairs. They used to both be able to work at the same times but now when we turn both on, only one will work. 
Any advice would be so much appreciated. We've had repairmen come over the years and the problem has never been solved. The last time someone came to look at it, he replaced some of it and we hoped that would fix it. Another person said it was gekos, but once he had cleaned out the gekos, the problem was still there.
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Hello,

I can say with certainty that the compressor has to be shutting off. If the unit is putting out extremely cold air and then blows out warm air, the compressor is turning off (for some reason) and pushing out warm air. Someone need to use an Amp-Meter on the unit to see how many amps the compressor is pulling and then test it when the air is warm, I am almost positive the compressor will not be running when the air is warm.
I hope this helps





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