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My fans are very loud do I need to replace them

MY FANS ARE MAKING VERY LOAD NOISES OR THEY NEVER STOP MAKING NOISE HOW DO I TAKE CARE OF THIS

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Check the plastic rings behind the fan blades, check to make sure plastic rings is tight and the screws holding fan cage on. Then when putting the fan cage back together, make sure it is tight so it wont vibrate

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