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Air conditioner is not blowing cold air,

The air conditioner is not blowing cold air, but when I tried to add refrigerant, the gauge indicates it has a sufficient amount. The compressor seems to be functioning properly. This is a 2000 T&C Limited with 100K miles.

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What pressure did you have? And Is the front of the compressor turning when you have this pressure. Also feel the two lines going to the compressor, one should be hot and one should be cold.

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