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A/c doesn't work, heater runs on high without command,sometimes unable to shut-off

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  • leseastep May 09, 2009

    the system is totally auromatic; no switch for hot/cold. I suspect the computer chip in the temp control module.

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You need to check your blend door. It sounds like its stuck on heat. Your blend door would be the switch that changes from hot to cold.

Posted on May 08, 2009

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