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For some reason my AC started making a clanging noise. Upon checking I found that the blades went flying off the fan. How can I fix this

For some reason my AC started making a clanging noise. Upon checking I found that the blades went flying off the fan. How can I fix this.

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  • HANK MCNEIL May 11, 2010

    replace the blades!?

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Need a new fan blade. might want to check out your local wholesale parts store. make sure you take unit model # and s#

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