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quick fix and cheap drain a quart of oil out of the motor then get a quart of LUCUS oil conditioner add to the motor oil. about (12-15 dollars) it worked to quite the little 2.0 that has always had a little lifter/valve noise,
Check the fuel filter in the tank and make sure the fuel line is connected to it. The carburetor may have inhaled some debris and/or small chunks of broken fuel line and need to be opened up and cleaned also. At this point, you would probably need to install a new fuel filter also.
take front lower panel off.. there will be a white filter housing facing you unscrew abs /plastic clean out usually pennys /dimes quarters put back the same way you took off bingo problem solved<!-- from fixya rte -->
check tightness of grill on outside of condenser,then push on different areas of the unit to see if sound changes or quits,also check all screws etc. & make sure they're all tight,is so it could be fan condenser motor bearings bad fan loose on shaft
If it is rattling when in either fan or cool, you are having either a fan motor problem or the blade is hitting something. The water may be from a clogged drain port (by coil) which u are not seeing, if a new one is under 250, that is your best bet!
Hi there SmartAlec from NelsonVacuums.com.au here. Often when an upright is making a rattling noise it can be something caught in the roller and every time the brush turns it knocks against the body and since it turns really fast it can sound quite bad. Take the roller out and clean inside that area and see if that helps. Hope it does. Happy Vacuuming :)
COULD BE ALOT OF THINGS BUT MY FIRST GUESS IS THE FAN SCREWS THAT HOLD THE FAN MOTOR COULD BE LOOSE CAUSING IT TO RATTLE ON START UP OR SHUT DOWN BUT REALLY NOT MAKING TO MUCH NOISE AS THE UNIT IS RUNNING. CAN YOU DESCRIBE THE NOISE BETTER? IS IT SCRAPPING LIKE A SCRUB OR KNOCKING LIKE HIT HIT HIT HIT?
If the unit is new and tilted enough toward the outside, the rain should not be a factor as far as water blowing out. It will make some rattling noises on the outside more so when its raining or high humidity because the outside fan throws water onto the condenser coil. Sounds like to me that its not draining to the outside.. It shouldn't be dirty enough for the drain paths to be filled with crud. Tilting it more to the outside should fix it. Hope this helps.