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Dropped item in back round "vent"---turbine looking item got stripped of all it's vanes---i need replacement part---04032635 (the 3's might be 9's), or 0195x87x01ox66-1 (i think the o is an o, because the 0's have horizontal lines through them. Any suggestions?

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