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Fan makes noise

My ceiling fan has started to make noise when on medium speed and high. Also a slight wobble. I have lost my manual and don't know where to lubricate or fix the wobble.

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Try to find the manual through the internet. Look for model number and name of product then click manul to your chosen then it should be no problem to help you find it better!

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