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Bathroom ceiling vent makes tapping noise all night

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Retight its fittings,including cover

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SOURCE: have a broan n688 ceiling exhaust fan in bathroom

First turn the power to the fan OFF. Take it down from the ceiling by removing the screws holding the cover on. Then remove the screws holding it to the ceiling. Then unscrew the screw caps that twist (connect) the wires from fan motor to the house wiring. Do a general clean up on the fan. Use an old paint brush to get in the hard to get at places. Rotate the fan by hand. If it does not rotate freely, put some oil on the shaft where it goes into the motor, and put some on where the shaft comes out the back. If it still does not rotate freely, buy a replacement and install it.

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fan blades touching sides of housing,also runs caused by back draught

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Every winter water drips from my bathroom ceiling mounted extractor fan, worse when there is bad condensation. The vent goes straight up and up through the loft space and out of the roof, there appears to...


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