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Go by a local air conditioner supply house and ask them. Usually if they can't get the part they know where to go to get parts for home appliances like Dehumidifers. Take the fan motor with you they may have something on the shelf that will work.
It may not be the fan, as much as it the compressor vibrating. This occurs if the unit is not sitting on level flooring or on a carpet. Why I carpet? I do not know, but my LG unit does the same thing. I have found that smacking the sides of the cabinet simultaneously with my open hands, stops the vibration and the noise.
if however, it is the fan making the noise, it too can be affected by an UN-level surface. In addition, the fan shaft made need lubricating. WD40 works well for this or light machine oil (like sewing machine oil) will work too.
More than likely not. I would start by making sure all coils are clean, (both evap and condenser) and to make sure airflow is not being obstructed. Most factory charges appliances don't leak refrigerant and therefore should not have to be charged during there useful life. Hope this helps