If your central air conditioner isn't cooling like it should be, there are a few things you can check before calling for service. In this video from Sears PartsDirect, learn why the float switch may have shut down your air-conditioning unit and how you can fix it by removing clogs in the drain pipe. Also, learn how simple monthly maintenance can prevent clogs in the future.
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