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My Hampton Bay 12,000 btu A/C when used for the first time this year has a loud noise/vibration when the compressor is on. Quiet when fan only. Is compressor going bad or might something be loose? This unit is wall mounted.HBT120A

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Hi,

This means that it's a time to change "COMPRESSOR".

Hope i helped you.

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Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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