Q: Coolant liquid running out unusually

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I'm having trouble with the coolant. There's no leaking on the floor, but the coolant fluid isn't lasting more than around 5 days. The heating doesn't work - only cold air blows out. Even though it's summer now, I want to get this fixed now and not wait until next winter. What do I do to solve these problems?

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