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Car heater stuck "on" and running full blast

I'm looking into buying a second hand 1994 Eagle Vision (practically free). The only known problem is that the heater won't turn off and is stuck running on high. I'm not sure if it continues to run after the car is turned off. I've read that it could be a blown fuse, also that I can dissconnect the heater wire to stop the flow of hot air.
Do you have any suggestions?

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