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New Rudd air handler making noise like a jet taking off. Whirring noise like a yhigh pitcher tuning fork. Multi speed motor that makes sound when slo down also. Not a duct problem new unit

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Likely have a bad motor module. Fans do commonly sound a little different when starting but not when staging or when shutting off

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Is this a regular motor or an ECM motor...
If it is a regular motor then try to change the cap. and see if it helps, but probably the motor is no good.
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