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Ac has been recharged and the compressor is working fine but it still isn't blowing cold air. i replaced the discharge line because the old one had little pin holes in it and it still doesn't work.

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If you didn't do a recovery process, and recover the oil, and refridgerant, then possibly you have too much oil in the system. The kits that you buy at local parts stores contain oil mixed with the refridgerant. your gauge may read full, but the system may not have enough refridgerant. This is just a suggestion, ,hope this helps.

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