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FORD E350 VAN - 2007 Rear AC issues

I just replaced the rear blend door on my rear ac so now I have cold air flow in top rear vents. However, rear floor vents are letting out very HOT air at same time when in ac mode. What would cause this issue?

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-Looks like the heater valve not completely closed.
Check it out and replace.
Good luck
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Replace Water control valve, its stuck in the heat position.

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