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Heater only blows hottest temp no blend of hot and cold

I have a 2001 Jeep Cherokee Limited and just had the heater core and A/C evaporative core replaced about 6 months ago. It worked great until now. All I get now is all hot all the time regardless of where I place the cold to hot dial and whether the A/C is on or not. Tried turning it off then on again with dial at the coldest position, no luck. Please help. I don't need another $1500 repair bill.

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Sounds like something was left disconnected behind the a/c control panel.

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