Something hard went thru & it shut itself down. Now when I grind it rattles like something is loose inside. Can't figure out how to disassemble to see the motor. The top ring sits loose. It's like the parts are out of sync with each other. The is nothing at all on the net about this machine.
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There is something loose, when first starting the compressor because of its initial load vibrates shakes etc then settles down as the system stabilizes. Move things around inside and see if this helps. If not remove everything and try again, if the rattle is still there it is part of the cabinet, if not it was something inside.
Might be Exhaust, but if Exhaust is loose , you usualy here a rattle when you are also driving the car on the road. Best to take Car to local Repairer , put Car on ramp , and take a look , as it could be something else that Rattles.
A couple of months ago my microwave started making crackling, rattling and grinding sounds everytime i used it and i thought it was going to break down. It turned out one of my children must have spillled or overflowed something with a clear liquid because the micro did not look dirty but there was a crunchy substance under the wheels of the turntable. Once i cleaned this up totally the noises all went away.
Hello, it got the famouse Russian rattle, something has broken loose. For a Night Owl Optics NOCX3 monoculars that is about 5+ years. It is cost prohibitive to have it fix. Aution it on eBay.
You can try to fix it, just remember to draw diagrams of the printed circuit board, show were the wire are attached. Used wire markers to mark the wires because they are all the same color. It might be just a broken wire. I can fix it, but you'll need to send to me. If you feel that you can't handle this job. Just send me attachment to this message and we will see what we can do. GB...stewbison
Very hard to know without actually hearing the vehicle but,,,With what you describe,the cat/converter 'may' be making the sound.With the car off and engine cool,get under and give the cat/con a really give shove or hit.The insides of them do corrode and the internals make a very loud rattle.If this isn't the problem it will let you see if there is a loose exhaust mount that may also make a rattle.(The cat/con sound is like there is a very loose metal plate hitting something)Its actually the internals of the cat. that have broken loose and rattling inside it.Hope this helps
If this AC is a thru walled, since it is new it is better to inquire to the people where you buy this unit, for this type of problem. They must have some authorized repair man/shop or, use its product warranty.
The problem could be also uneven placement of its base. This could maybe hitting the fan guard, some loose connection or some foreign object left that's hitting something inside.
Sounds like your intermediate steering shaft. Its the slip shaft that runs thru the firewall. They have a slip-stick condition that makes a horrible rattle that you can feel in the wheel. Its a pretty easy repair. Just make sure the steering wheel dosen't spin while you are changing it.