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I got connector out. I didn't get a good look due to the tight space, and didn't realize that the connector was one large piece that passed through the metal bracket. Once I got a better look, I was able to pinch the sides and push it through the back of the plate, as Anders suggested.
The motor itself appears to be rotating normally when i hit the recirc button. I was able to remove the broken arm without issue.. so I'm thinking I'll just need to replace the arm, and hopefully the gears are intact..
in the meantime I'm able to leave the flap open, and the AC has improved greatly with the heatwave here in the northeast. (This also explains why my heat was subpar this past winter.)
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