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Repairing fan balancer

There is a very loud noise like a belt is partly broken and hitting a part in the AC.What I could see  is that the metal balancer on the fan is loose on one blade. I need to know how do I fix it??? What screw, Bolt or clip do I need. What can I do to make it easier to work on.

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  • hensleyjt Jun 07, 2008

    One blade had come off. Can see part in bottom of unit. Need steps in taking off cover. Re-attaching blade and checking for proper blade angle.

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