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Baggage and two separate tickets

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Seems like this question is asked many times but I can't seem to make sense of it outside my own personal situation.
Leaving LAX on American Airlines. Landing at JFK and transferring to Aer Lingus for on to Dublin. Two separate tickets. We only have one hour 45 minutes. The Aer Lingus flight is group air. The travel agent tells us we have to claim our bag at American. Re-check them at Aer Lingus. Others tell me that is ridiculous. American will check them through to Dublin. If we can't through check them we are only going to take carry ons. American and Aer Lingus are baggage partners.
I am loosing sleep over this.

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