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Unit 8 mos. old and now makes loud, awful noise

How do I either get this unit repaired or replaced or is there something I can tweak to fix it?  It was always very quiet and hasn't been dropped or damaged in any way.

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Mine is about the same age and has started doing the same thing. I knew it was a vibration from within, so cleaned all of the connections which did not help at all. The only thing that has helped is jamming cardboard down between the side walls of the unit and the HEPA filter. We have cleaned the HEPA filter several times thinking that was the issue. The vibration has not completely gone away, but is considerably better. The next time I clean it and redo the cardboard, I will put a piece on the top and bottom as well. Right now it only has about one inch by 6 inch strips on each side top and bottom, so 4 strips total. The noise is definitely vibration from the hepa filter and not the motor.

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You have had the thing for 8 mos try cleaning the hepa filter with a vacuum use the brush type attchment or u might have defective filters go to kaz.com or contact honeywell

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