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I have 2 turbo air, Model # tas-9h/tas-940. One in a guest bedroom and one in my woodworking shop. The one in my shop makes a very loud grinding noise like the fan blade is rubbing on something. The other one is nice and quit. Please help! Gary Werbowski

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Is this a wndow unit or central air system? if this is a window unit , your problem is it only needs cleanning (dirt dbber nest-- trash around the back blades-- or the unt is twisted and rubbing the fan shroud. Last but not least, the slinger ring around the back blades (a ring around the end of the blades thats picks up water in the bottom of the unit and sling it on the coils to help cool the hot gases....Thank-you Thank you Thank you very much!

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take it back for warranty... or call a pro.

Posted on Jun 10, 2008

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SOURCE: outside makes loud noise

I would take a very close look at every solder joint there is between the inside unit and the outside. If you observe oil at any point it indicates a leak at that point. That is an expensive price for what you say was done. Check your invoice for the amount of refrigerant they or he added to the system. Compare it with the amount stated on the outside unit nameplate. Check for frost on the suction (big line) by the outside unit. If there is frost your coil is frozen up. If this is the case turn the fan on and the cooling off. Allow it to run in this manor for about an hour to defrost the A coil. Then return to the cooling mode.

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SOURCE: Unit constantly makes a clicking noise.

Electronic filters use static dicharges to filter the air. Unfortunately the make that clicking noise when they discharge. LG calls it a plasma filter. Clean both the regular and the plasma filter to see if that helps.

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If your fan is making noise the blade or blower wheel is either hitting something or the bearings in the motor are bad and the motor needs to be replaced.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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