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What could cause the heating to pack up in my 98 corolla?

The heating worked yesterday on full and turned it down to cold (whilst still on full power) and now it won't heat up again, any ideas?

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Try it again today, if no heat, move back & forth from cold to hot, and bang with hand, under dash on passenger side where heater duct work is and wait a few seconds. Blend/air door may be stuck.

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