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I need an installation manual for ac 75135 This is a closeout.

The fan is rattling.

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    Hubert O'Mally Jun 05, 2010

    This was a new floor display model that I just installed. Why is the fan rattling and can I get a manual for it?

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It is the either the fan bearings is going out of the motor or you just might clean the fan blades it the fan blades has any play on the shaft probably the bearings are going out to the motor.

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