Question about GE Zoneline AZ38H12DAD Split System Air Conditioner

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GE Heat/Cool model AJHS10DCBM1

Sea Breeze: Thanks for responding. The unit is a wall unit and when the thermostat kicks the unit on it proceeds to make a loud squeal then produces a loud roar as it heats up the room. It kicks off once it reaches room temp specified, however, it continues to generate a roaring and an intermittent squeal.

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OK I will be looking over the manual. Now that squeal sounds like the squirrel cage fan scraping the housing around it. Those units are so tight fit they can be twisted one way or tightened a little to much they scrape. I love them for there silence win they work right but hate them because my hand are too big to move things around inside them. Stay in touch I will be looking around while
multi-tasking today- I'll be here!

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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    John Tripp Feb 02, 2009

    I believe your fan motor has shaft play due to wear. When fan comes on the shaft moves in a direction that causes the fan blade inside and outside to rub and causes the squeal . The fan motor will need replaced to stop the noise.

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