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Fan is vibrating and is waking me up. I think its from the light cover. How can we stop this?

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The cover should not make noise if all the screws are snugged down, but in the event it is malformed, you can remove it and make a small gasket with electrical tape between the adjoining parts. Doing this on the very rim should make it not show from the outside and reduce noise from vibration. Farmerbear at FixYa.com

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