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I just bought a used certified 2003 Toyota corolla 3 days ago. Everything worked when I got it. Today when I went to adjust the temperature control down it would not adjust. It dial acts like a spring return - can't move the dial to blue or red areas it only moves in the middle white area. The fan also seems to not blow as I turn it up.

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Take it back right away - or call them today if you can..

Certified means - everything was checked & funtioning..

Good luck..

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