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Noise fan blades hitting something, can shake, may or may not stop, may go for a month not do it and the do it numerous times a day.

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Pull the unit out and see if you can remove the cover for the fan and see if there is a loose screw or see if there has been damage to one of the blades try to straighten the blade if bent ok good luck !!!!!!

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