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Best possible solution for clicking noise while fan is on MC 2005? Even if you turn off AC and leave fan running you get the noise. It stops only if you turn off fan completely... Thanks!

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This is usually caused by ethier the fan is touching the side of the housing, or There is something stuck in the fan housing. Items can fall down the vents easily Becoming trapped. Paper is great for making clicking noises, my customers complain About clicking or a rattle like sound I usually find a small piece of cardboard or paper In the fan or duct work. Ethier way you will probably have to remove the fan, or access The duct work in some fashion to find the cause of your noise.:-)

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