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Dirt doblers build nests on the inside of the scroud and prevented the fan from turning. Cleaned them off and now the AC virbrates badly. Do u thinig I warped the shaft when I turned it on frozen??

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I doubt the shaft is warped, however it is quite likely the fan blades are out of balance due to being bent.

Try taking the fan blade off, and see what it does. If you have no vibration then, replace the fan blade.

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