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Noise unit makes very loud rattling noise for awhile the quiets down then starts again we cant even use it at night HELP

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There are basically two moving parts, the fan and the compressor. It more then likely is the fan. Be sure the air path is clean and the fan blade does not hit anything. If it is the compressor I would suggest getting a new unit and using that one elsewhere for the short time it has left.

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