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Noise from the fan/fan motor

It is a kind of rattling noise from the fan motor i think, the noise is not always there, for example if i take the cover off the noise stops, so it seems to be related to air intake or not enough cold air?? also if it is not making a noise and i close the door the vibration of the door closing starts the noise, hope you can help

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The bushings in the motor are worn out, replace motor. This should correct the problem.

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