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Heater doesnt change to cold

II HAVE A 1998 MAZDA B2500 AND WHEN U TURN THE BOTTOM TO CHANGE FROM HEAT TO COLD DOESNT CHANGE,ALL THE TIME STAY IN HEAT.CAN YOU HELP ME TO FIX THIS PROBLEM.I NEED IT A.S.A.P CAUSE THE HEAT START COOKING ME OUT

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Try looking at the hot/cold switch.

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