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CAN GET MAX AC BUT NO AIR OR AC ONLY HEAT

GOT MAX AC BUT NO AC OR AIR ONLY HEAT

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SOURCE: ac work on max ac only, all other controls blow hot air

There is a Flap on heater box and on some of those it is motor controlled, but it sounds like the flap is not switching back and forth

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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