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Front AC works.....rear blows warm

Actually on an 03' Yukon, but I had the Compressor, condensor, o-tube...all replaced after going without AC for about a year. After getting it back from the shop I realized the rear AC didn't work. I played around with the switches with hopes that it was just a diverter stuck open/close...but no luck. Any ideas?

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    How do I fix that? Where is it located or how do I gain access to it?
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