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2000 Pathfinder heater - lower (feet) no heat

My heater works fine and blows either windshield or direct cabin heat or both. When I select cabin and floor, the floor heat does not come out, only the cabin. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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    heat does not blow on floor

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Check to see if the cable has come loose from it`s clip.
Look under the dash with a torch.

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