I disagree with the others in regards to the condenser
Considering the fan wasn’t working, I know your ac high side pressures were excessive
That leads to low efficiency
Replace that fan, as you already were planning to do, and you may find that the ac system also blows cooler air
Benz had a similar problem with their ac system several years ago. The condenser fan would stop working, because a modified wiring harness had to be installed, to prevent the fuse from popping. However, when the fan wasn’t working, BEFORE the modification, the ac also didn’t work very well, due to excessive high side pressures
FYI . . . it is often possible to replace just the fan motor, and reuse the fan blades and shroud. In many cases, the motors themselves are pretty generic, while the shroud and blades are not
There is considerable added expense and inconvenience added, if you replace the condenser. Because you have to find a shop to recover, evacuate and recharge. And probably even source and install the part, if you want them to stand behind their work. And you have to schedule an appointment. And depending on how busy they are, you might be out of a car for a day or so.
I wouldn’t get a shop involved UNLESS/UNTIL you replace that fan, and the ac system still doesn’t blow cold air.
Don’t cross that bridge until/unless you need to