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When the fan is on it makes a noise as if it is rubbing somewhere. The light is fine and the motor seems fine. Just some kind of friction that we are afraid to use it.

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Could be a simple alignment issue or the flywheel holding the fan blades to the fan could be going bad, i.e. dried out and crumbling.
The only way to check for sure is to get up to the blades and look to see the condition of the flywheel, a hard black rubber part and perhaps check the alignment of the fan itself.

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