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Unless it's a real burden I agree with Jim Knowles - take it to a good pro shop and have an experienced person troubleshoot the system.
They can give you an estimated cost for the fix required and you can decide from there.

And Atwell is right about R12 - my car was DIY "conversion" to 134 by the PO and it didn't cool worth a damn. The shop that did the AC told me right away that if I wanted it to perform as it was designed to go with R12, which I did. Added less than $100 to the cost of the refurbishing of the AC and it works terrifically and I live in Florida.
 
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