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I have an LG GL6000ER window A/C unit. just got out of storage for the summer. plugged it in, turned on the fan, worked fine. When I kick on the A/C unit, however, a horrendous noise occurs. From what I can tell, in the part of the unit that sits outside the window, there is a large plastic fan blade. it seems that the fan blade is slightly off kilter and is hitting some part of the housing causing a very loud vibrating noise (not a tolerable level) I've uscrewed all of the screws hoping to pop open the plastic housing, but nothing seems to budge. Looking for help solving this issue.

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Often times, even after removing the screws, you will need to take a screw drivers or knife and then cut or pry open the cover....I often start at one point and then work away from there making sure that the cover comes loose as I go...

I think that what you will find is that the fan blade is actually breaking apart...the plastic gets old ad brittle and then it comes apart...

Finding that part for most window units is very difficult and sometimes impossible... they seem to make them as throw away units...not to be repaired...

You can try to search it and find it, but even if you think it is right, you may get it only to find that it is not the correct part... happened to me too many times...

Your best bet may be to just buy a new unit...but definitely try to repair first...

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