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Screeching Noise Hi I followed one of your suggestions. It seems its the fan making the noise because when I stall it the noise stops. I even sprayed some WD40 on it and that seemed to temporarily some the problem. What should I do with the fan? Thanks!!!

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If you know that the fan is the culprit then it can be replaced. The motors are fairly cheap and easy to replace.

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