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The motor runs when I am in t.v. sound mode

My t.v. and sound system are connected using anynet when the receiver powers up the sound comes on and seconds later a motor starts. I believe it is the motor that spins the tray. I bought this in May 2009

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  • bill menear Jan 15, 2013

    Thanks,the fan motor is the noise and yes it was dusty and i vacuumed it out and it is still noisey may be the bearing do you know how to get it out?

  • Steve K Jan 15, 2013

    If you take the fan out (there are two screws in the back panel) under the sticker on the back of the fan there will be a rubber plug. If you pull this plug out, put a couple drops of oil in there and let it soak in (any household oil will do, like 3-in-1 oil). Put it all back together, and it should be much quieter.

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Are you sure it's not the fan on the back of the unit. the bearings on these fans tend to get dirty and noisy.

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