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Makes a rattling noise

Just bought this thing last night. Looks like new. only about 4-5yrs old and hardly used. Turn it on last night and it rattles inside the motor. Sounds like a bearing maybe. Please help. Thanks.

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Most likely the fan attached to the motor for cooling .try looking here http://erepairparts.com/

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