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Squeaking brake from the front ( one side)

I replaced the whole set ( front rotors and pads ), but the squeaking noise comes from the right from side when I depress the brake.Will reassembly or new pads help this problem?

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Use sand paper to sand the pads, this should eliminate the noise.

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