I recently had my 10 year old broken HVAC replaced and I have noticed an issue in one of the rooms. With my hand, I can feel the air coming out of this vent much less than all of the other vents. The vent is right next to the blower, but I know that doesn't always mean it will blow the hardest. The problem is that the room never gets cool enough. It's a fairly small room, and a room across the way the same size is adequately cooled. Another thing I have noticed is fluctuations in the air pressure, where I can hold my hand over the vent and feel it blow harder and softer constantly.
I had someone come back from the place who installed the system and he claims that the reason for these issues is that the ducting makes about 2 turns to get to this room. He said that there are no holes or anything else duct wise that would be causing this issue.
I'm asking here because I still don't want to believe that the ducting has to be replaced to fix this issue. If anyone has any insight into this, or even any questions, please feel free to interject!