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Want to fix squealing noise and need to know where oil ports would be to lube Wirlpool, hampton bay model #BMAC1830ASO

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Usually there are no lubrication required. The noise is probably a fan bearing. Try oil, but the fan motor may have to be changed

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there generally arn't any. Noise is probley fan bearing

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