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Spin the blades with your fingers while listening for the noise--either bad motor bearings or a warped blade causing interference with the blade guard. (It might even be some debris in the fan space) If you are tight for money, visit a nearby wrecking yard to replace whatever you find wrong. It's easiest to remove the shroud assembly to replace a motor or fan. Hope this helps!

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