Question about Dryers
Thank you so much for your helpful response - I will get a new fan! In the meantime, is the high pitched noise representing a danger? As I said, I turn off the circuit breaker (which turns off everything else on the circuit) but the fan still makes that high pitch noise. Is there a hazard until I can get it off the ceiling? Thanks again Susan
Sorry for the delay in response. Electrically, there should be no potential hazard since there would be no more "juice" running through the circuitry.
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