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Hunter ceiling fan that is 14 years old is making a load noise at times when it is on, especially when it's on high. It doesn't always make the noise. I've checked the blades to make sure they were tight.

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Sounds like the motor bearings>? Sometimes this has a bit of a "squealing" tone. Either replace th motor or decide that the fan has had its life and replace it.

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Diane, usually, that's an indication that one or more of the fan blade irons are loose, where they attach to the fan's motor. Unfortunately, you're going to need a tall ladder and a Phillips Head Screw Driver to reach and tighten the screws. You'll have to check each fan blade iron one at a time, to find the one(s) that are loose.

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