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The fan just started to make scraping noises, as

The fan just started to make loud scraping noises, as if it is out of round. I am unable to access the fan to see the problem. Can you repair it, and/or is it worth repairing?

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It is definitely worth repairing. but if you can't get to the fan, you'll have to send it to a sharp service center. try av solutions in ny. they're really good. www.avsolutionsny.com

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