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Fan making noise

The fan just started making noise. It doesn't shut off, seems to be doing what it is supposed to, but is really loud. If I open it up, would WD-40 do the trick?

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  • dreebs Dec 08, 2007

    after a year? really?

  • Anonymous May 24, 2009

    fan made a really loud noise. now i am getting a check fan warning

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Its time to replace the fan! thats it!

Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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    KALPESH PATEL Dec 08, 2007

    yaaa it depends upon the dust that entered the fan and tored it off!

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