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AC charged, blend door actuator replaced, only warm air

I've charged the ac system. Gauges say everything is where it needs to be. The bottle under the hood gets very cold and condensation drips off so I know it's cooling. Last summer I replaced the blend door actuator and ac started working. This summer all I get is warm air. Any ideas????? It's getting hot!
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Is the ac clutch kicking in?
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What do you get on max ac setting?
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