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The blower fan is making a low squealing noise. is there a way to fix that

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Yet it's bad motor, check see if the dealer will done it on a campain ( discounted price ) both ways you want the noise gone put in the new motor. even the new one might do it soon, I've seen some with the thid and 4th motors in em. customers are mad.

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