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Cold incoming air with warm air

I have a 2004 venture van, cold air is coming in with warm air, seems like a vent is not closing off, heater control is on full warm air position, vents turned to defrost and toward feet, I press recirculate air button, it does not come on till I move selector to blow air on head and feet, then the windows start to fog up...help...

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