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well I think you have it narrowed down to the two most likely problems, the head unit (an electric problem) or a sticking solenoid on the blender door.
Since it started after you unplugged the head unit, and that was because the system was not working, that is where I would start.
You might try the simple solution first. remove all power from the truck, and unplug the A/C unit. leave it sit at least 30 minutes to clear any memories and hopefully get the A/C head unit to reset.
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