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It sounds like the bottom bearing is faulty a audible squeaky noise is very evident I am concerned abount overheating and possible fire

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Sometimes on the fan motor the bearings have to be lubricated. You have to remove the cover on the air conditioner with the unit unplugged and squirt a drop of 3 and 1 oil where the shaft and motor meet.

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