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Old 09-02-2005, 08:16 AM   #1
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I have been in my new house for about 7 weeks & slowly I am finding the air from the central air unit is getting 'less cool'. I have a home warranty that cover the unit, is it worth calling up a repairman to have a look? Or is this something that I can remedy.

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Call the people that built your house. If there is something wrong with your unit, more than likely you will not be able to fix it.

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jb is right. Moreover, you shouldn't be paying for repairs to a 7 week old house. Call the contractor, he's the man in charge.
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I would defintely call the contractor. Our new hame had a 1 year warranty. I would guess yours does also. The first year we lived there I called about every problem. Not that I had that many but the ones I did I could have never fixed anyway.


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