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Defroster stays on

After i changed my battery the defrost comes on automaticly i hit the off button and it comes back after 3 to 6 sec. the panel wont light up and the only buttons that work is the off switch I cant control it help its too hot for the heat to be blowing ?

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I have the same problem with my car, and i cant figure it out. Does anybody knows why it does that??

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