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My AC unit is a carrier LCA061P window unit. It works okay but has recently started to make a loud clatter. I would like to replace whatever parts that are needed but can't seem to find any relevant information. I suspect the problem is a blower fan (rotary) that sits beneath the top channel in the front grill.

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Good possibility. WIth the unit powered off and unplugged check the clearance of the wheel and the collection basin underneath, Debris could be the source but I suspect the bearing is failing on the motor

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