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The knob that changes the vents, from feet to face to defrost, will spin and spin but change nothing. The vents seem to be stuck with blowing air toward the face only which is a problem because I need

Its a 2010 toyota corrolla otherwise problme free.

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Inside the ventilation system there is gates that open and close to direct the air flow. These are operated on vacuum on most vehicles. The hose for that perticular gate may have disconnected somehow or has a hole in it. I suggest you take the heater controls out and see if there is a plug with a series of colored hoses on it. it so you'll have to trace each of them to see which one is the problem. Now you may be able to get some help from you local dealers mechanic who just may know the color code for that gate. (which would be a bonus) Good Luck

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Could be a blend door problem under the dash.
If you know for sure the control on the dash is the problem you may have to replace it.

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