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Heater not working

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The heater in my mum's Accent 05 is not working. The blower ioperates and hot water is getting to the unit. Are the air direstional controls and the heat/cold control electrical or mechanical? If mechanical, how do I get the face off the dashboard. If electrical, what fuse do I look for?

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The heat come from the motor block. How long has it been sense you changed the theromistatic????? Does the car have a manual temp guage???? It it showing low temp????? The temp should be running up to normal, which should be about half way on the guage.

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