Same this happened to me on my 2004 Rendezvous. The fuse popped out. Just push it back in. The fuses are located on the left side panel of the front passenger seat. If they are not marked there is a map in the owner's manual.
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It sounds like you have a vacuum leak. When there is no vacuum present to acutate the system, it will default to air only coming from the defrost vents. Is the blower motor operating or is the 'no air' you're talking about just no air blowing? If it's not blowing, check your fuse; if that's good, check for voltage at the blower connection. If you have voltage at the connection, remove the resistor to make sure it isn't bad befor condemning the blower motor.
Look in your owners manual for fuse block location - it should also tell which fuse is for the blower motor. Check fuse - if the fuse is good then check for the blower relay location and test that relay. Most vehicles have a fuse AND a relay in the blower circuit, but not all - that's why I recommend looking in the manual. If you don't have the manual call the dealer after writing down the vin # - they can help you find what you need. Good luck!