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Air conditioner not blowing cold i think comp cluch not pulling i

First when a/c is on i don't here the clutch pulling in. I tried the back yard recharge it took two cans but it didn't bring the gauge up any gauge was showing ok area . And watching the gauge while a/c is and recharging the needle was not moving i thought it moved when compresser 'clutch' kicked in. What is the best way to check the compresser or is there a common problem with this thanks

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Directly connect the compressor from the battery terminals to find out whether its working or not & then make a decision so as to solve this problem...............sodeep

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