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Current version by: Mel ,

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It sounds like the AC has to much freon in it cause its causing high head pressure in the AC system which in turn will turn on the fan to try to keep the head pressure down and for the fan to keep running after you turn AC off its the same reason its bringing down the high temp caused by high head pressure. It could be something as easy as a high temp sensorswitch which will cause this problem.
It sounds like the AC has to much freon in it cause its causing high head pressure in the AC system which in turn will turn on the fan to try to keep the head pressure down and for the fan to keep running after you turn AC off its the same reason its bringing down the high temp caused by high head pressure. It could be something as easy as a high temp sensorswitch which will cause this problem.

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Edit by: Mel ,

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It sounds like the AC has to much freon in it cause its causing high head pressure in the AC system which in turn will turn on the fan to try to keep the head pressure down and for the fan to keep running after you turn AC off its the same reason its bringing down the high temp caused by high head pressure. It could be something as easy as a high temp sensor which will cause this problem.
It sounds like the AC has to much freon in it cause its causing high head pressure in the AC system which in turn will turn on the fan to try to keep the head pressure down and for the fan to keep running after you turn AC off its the same reason its bringing down the high temp caused by high head pressure. It could be something as easy as a high temp sensor which will cause this problem.

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Original post by: Mel ,

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It sounds like the AC has to much freon in it cause its causing high head pressure which in turn will turn the fan to try to keep the head pressure down

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open