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The only way to tell if you are low on Freon is to have a qualified local service tech check the pressures of the high and low side. If the readings show the unit charging, then it usually takes a few pounds to recharge the system. If you are low on Freon, a more important question would be where is the leak. Systems with leaks may or may not be repairable and will only cause expensive damage to other components.
running your system for long periods of time is not efficient and is overworking the major parts. I recommend not waiting too much longer to contact a qualified service provider.
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Water is produced from ice build up or condensation. Water is not causing your problem. If the low side is warm, Freon isn't moving through it due to lack or Freon or a possible blockage, or possibly some other problem inside the compressor. High side pressure is always more than the low side pressure, but it needs to be within the proper range to be effective. An overcharge will also create cooling problems. The only way to accurately determine what the system needs, is to place refrigeration gauges on the unit.
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