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My Technika D3/900 ragnehood is very noisy. Took down to inspect. Found several fan blades of the centrifugal fan's rotating drum broken. Will this caused the motor to rotate noisily when used at highest fan speed? Where do I get spares or a fan motor drawing to identify the part so I can quote the spare part number to the appliance parts distributor.
Please help.
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Yes....this will throw than fan unit out of balance almost the same way the tires on your car get out of balance. The wobble effect at high speed makes tons of noise.

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