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Fan noise My Williams wall furnace unit was installed summer of 1964 and the rubber mounted fan is making noise as it is wearing out the rubber coupling. Need new fan as fan & coupler are one piece.

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If it has been working flawlessly since 64, give it a break and replace the whole unit with something more efficient and safe. 44 years has got to be a record!

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