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Air flow is low and the blower motor is very loud and is running

I turned the air on, the fan was loud then I heard a "snap" when I switched the direction of the air from panel to defrost. Anyone have a link to how to fix?

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Actuator blend door clip or rod maybe broke find ur actuator/blend door and see if its intact,b 4 that c if it will change back to panel if not theres ur problem

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