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Fan humms when on, gets load with increased speed

Unit about a year old

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Can you tell if it is coming from the motor, often if it is motor will be very hot (cannot hold your hand on it cause it hurts) and/or smell. Either of these two cases are probably terminal.

Posted on Jun 08, 2010

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