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The heater was turned on last night and along with it came a grinding vibrating noise. I live upstairs in our house and I could feel it in the floor (vibration) so it worried me a little but we kept it on all night around 230am it did this weirder grinding noise with a bit of a halt in between, it would die down then have a slow build up and climax of grinding and go back to the die down method. I just did not know what to do so I woke my husband up. He fixed it and then it just started doing it again so I asked him if I could turn it off even though it is cold. So I did and it is still doing it and I guess it will cut off eventually but I really want to fix it for good.

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Blower motors on its way out dont wait till friday call some one tomorrow older belt drive units may have bearings going out in reality any furnace thats still out there with belt drive even thermo couple equipment has served its life cycle and should consider being replaced if it contains either or both ofthe for mentioned components

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