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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Those who work or go to school at Pima Community College's East Campus, can head back this morning, after the campus was shut down over the weekend.

Workers have just wrapped up fixing an air conditioning problem.  The leak was discovered Friday at the campus on Irvington Road; to fix the problem workers had to turn off the air conditioning forcing the school to close the campus. 

The closure affected students and events taking place on the East Campus.  Hundreds of students taking classes and wanting to study at the library had to go somewhere else.

Pima Community College, East Campus will be open for regular classes later this morning.

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