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Air conditioner loud banging noise as it was operatingturned it off, put it back on and it made low humming soundturned it off for awhile and now it wont come on at all

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  • Michael Beverlin May 11, 2010

    Might be the fan motor or bearing. If the bearing went then th might not spin causing the motor to hum. Also if the fan quits working you will only hear the hum of the compressor unit.

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You do have a worn out blower bearing, have it re-bearing or change the fan motor.

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