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I am receiving a ticking sound through my master panel inside the house. It happened last year but stopped on its own. The ticking sound has started again and seems to occur when it rains. I have a speaker on an outside covered patio and a covered front porch. M & S Intercom. C. Ryan

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One or more of the fan blade irons may be loose. As well as the wooden blade itself. In both cases a Phillips screw driver will solve the problem.

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