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When the airconditioning unit is switch on a wisling sound in emitted. need you support,Is it the idler bearing?

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You can take a wooden stick. Something that has been dried all way out like a broom handle. And place it up to your ear, cupping your hand on the end of it like a funnel, and place the other end on various parts of the system and hear where it is coming from. If you think it is idler pulley then stick it on the nut sticking out that does not turn.

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