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the best thing you can do if you want pictures on how to service the vehicle is to purchase a haynes or chiltons manuel for your vehicle. they have pictures diagrams and helpful hints. you can find them at auto parts dealers as well as ebay.
if the coolnt level is ok try bleeding the system little 8mm bleed screw on coolant rail check the water valve is open and moves when the temp control is rotated i think your problem is the little valve located in the heaterhose at the back of the engine you will need a new hose
A very common fault this one, that is easily fixed. On older cars the heater fan speeds one and two often fail, due to the resistors burning out. This applies to most of the MG Rover cars of the 90's and 2000's so Rover 200, 25, 45, 400, MG ZR, ZS, MGF and MGTF.
Buy three bigger resistors of value 0.68 ohm and wattage 10 watts, from eBay or an electronics store.
Most of the video here is an MG ZR, apart from the MG TF at the start but it is similar for all models. The MG TF took marginally longer due to the slightly more hidden location of the resistor pack. You need to remove a short vent pipe as well as the glovebox cover on that car.