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Unit making loud squeaky noise

Whien unit turns on it is producing a loud roaring noise accompanied with a squeak

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  • Anonymous Apr 07, 2009

    ac is squeaking and is loud, but the ac and heater are both still working it's just real noisy. A friend said it was the bearings on the motor and they will have to be replaced. Just wondering if this sounds like te problem and if not can it still be fixed instead of having to buy a new unit

  • John Tripp
    John Tripp May 11, 2010

    Are you having any failure of cooling or heat function? If you need help let me know. Make sure the mode# and make are the same listed in your request. That helps both ofv us.

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This is a cool video with link to applience parts for help and answers

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