GMC Heater Broken and Parts Lost Inside Vents?

I have a 1995 GMC K1500. My motor on the blower/fan was making a loud noise. I removed it cleaned it and oiled the shaft. I put it back in and it was still noisy. So I bought a new one and installed it. There are 5 screws and it only fits one way. Everything was good and tight.

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I fired the truck up and turned the heat on high. It ran great for about 20 seconds then made a God awful noise. I took it apart and the fan was gone except for where it mounts to motor. My question is what caused this? And where did all the parts of the fan end up? Do I need to worry with them? I got Auto Zone to swap the part for free. I don't want to install till I know what's going on. Is there any way to vacuum out the passages to the vents? Please help.

By Stokes S

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