Q: Heater doesn't get hot

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So we got the fan blowers fixed once we realized it wasn't heating good. They've been replaced and it blows hard but still the heater doesn't seem to get as hot as it should. I can barely feel heat when I put my hand over the fan. What could be the problem?
My car has an automatic transmission.

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