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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well you can lube the shaft on the squirrel cage fan side,but this requires removal of the fan.If you can get acess to the rear you can drill a small hole.About the size of a WD40 straw .Hole can be drilled anywhere at the far end as long as it is within the little nipple on the end.These are only temp. fixes. If it is not that hard to get to you may want to think about replacement.They are not that expensive around $25-30.Maybe more now it has been years since i have purched one.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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