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If the blower is blowing check the AC unit for icing the AC coil in the furnace plenum may be icing up and could be low on freon. If so the ice will block the coil resulting in low airflow across the coil and not a lot of cooling. If that is the case you will likely need a tech to top of the refrigerant on the unit. The only other thing that could cause this would be a blower not running to speed. If that is the case you should change the blower capacitor out on the unit. That is located on the blower housing inside the furnace.
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Could be a clogged filter drier yes, they would have to check and change that though