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My heater does not get hot when on heat. i have replaced the thermostat with a

(1999 Chevrolet Tahoe)
in Greenville, SC on February 03, 2012
195 temp but still does not get hot .what next? good flow throw heating coil. not blockages anywhere.
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of Greg's Orange Auto on February 03, 2012
YOU MAY HAVE AN ACTUATOR PROBLEM. THEY CONTROL YOUR BLEND DOORS FOR HEATER OPERATION
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