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My 1997 camry air and heat blower settings will not change. It stays on defrost even after i turn the knob. it sounds like its stuck...it will not get out of that setting. What can do? hoow can I fix this

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Can people who have no knowledge of these cars please not reply. Tunde babbi's reply was simply useless common sense. For 1 you can't just change the knob and the knob is not the brain of it. It is an entire control unit and from what I have seen these never ever ever go bad and everyone knows to check fuses first thing. Can we get some real help here.

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Change the knob and then check the fuse

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