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Fan noise Purchased this unit about 2 weeks ago...It was working fine until the fan started rattling and then scraping against something till I shut the power off. As of now I cannot turn the power button back on because when the fan gets going the blades will be hitting something...Does anyone know what I could do? TIA

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