You have a faulty a/c snowflake switch or wiring broken that's why no cold air is coming in. This will not let the a/c compressor engage to give you that cold air you wanted. Your problem to be specific is from the fuse in which you said is good and through that a/c snowflake switch.
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My 2003 Toyota Camry AC often starts blowing hot air and the AC light starts blinking. I don't know why the following process works, but it does. Using the temp selector (left) reduce the temperature all the way down to Max Cold and then push the Auto button. It will start blowing out very cold air. After a little while push the temp selector to the desired temperature.
The heater core might be clogged. It's located behind the dashboard usually. Just follow the supply and return lines through your fire wall in the engine compartment. Run the engine for awhile then carefully hold the return line, if it's cold you have a clog and the core needs replacement.