The best thing to do is talk to Ecoquest Customer Service and they will be able to help you. 800-989-2299. If it is still under warranty then they will fix it for free and you will just have to pay for the shipping.
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Fan should not be rubbing up against anything. I don't think the fan is secured properly to the motor shaft. Tighten down the metal clip that holds the fan onto the shaft. Make sure it's not back too far.
Don't know where you are on the planet but if in the US, look for Johnstone Supply to see if there is one near you.
If so, remove the fan motor and take it with you to their outlet. If as experienced as those I have dealt with there, they should be able to find one compatible with your machine.
Johnstone sells mostly to tradespeople but have never been turned away and their prices beat dealer's always.
Singer sewing machine oil works great. Remove the front grill and carefully remove the fan by sliding it off the shaft. Where the shaft meets th4e motor, place three or four drops of oil. Spin the shaft and wipe off the excess. Place the fan back on the shaft, flush with the end of the shaft. In the rear, remove the lint screen and the ozone plates. Put oil on one end of a Q-tip over a trash can until it drips off. On the rear of the fan motor, push the Q tip against the shaft so that oil oozes out. Again, spin the fan. Repeat this process every time you clean your Breeze and it should never squeak again.