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2003 Nissan Altima Heater/AC knob is stuck on ac...

The knob for the ac/heater is stuck on ac how do i get it back to heat? i pulled the front "plate" off and see a little "arm" my wife said her friend fixed it when it was stuck on heat and the guy moved "the" arm to get it on air conditioning...its startig to get cold out side...someone help please! Thank you

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