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Blower not working for AC in front

I just purchased a used 2000 Pontiac Montana the Ac was working great I have had it for about a month now and number 5 on the dial for ac stopped working then started working again now i cant get anything from the front air vents but the rear still works any suggestions on what to check would be greatly appreciated i haven't had a vehicle with ac for a long time i was just starting to get spoiled

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I would check to see if a vaccum hose from under the hood has popped off.

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