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No air or heat up to defroster and plenty of heat to vents

I have a 2001 dodge dakota pickup quad cab,i cannot get heat up to the defroster and get plenty of heat to the vents,i took my vehicle to a service center to have it looked at and they quoted me around $700 to figure out the problem by taking the dash apart and finding out whats going on ,please help me i cannot afford to have the problem fixed for that amount of money.......

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