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I live in a condo and have a central air/heating unit in my kitchen/hallway area. This past week, right before it turns on, I hear a very loud bang. It sounds like it is coming from inside the unit. It seems to be working properly though. It is from August, 2008. What could this be and is it dangerous?

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Might need to change the filter could be pulling it aganst the frame when turning on hard to say, have it checked out if you are worried it is dangerious.

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