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Fan vibration I will appreciate if anyone can help me with this. The fan in my drive is vibrating very loudly. How can I fix this? Do I need to replace the fan? I couldn't find a suitable replacement. Are there other options?

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Check it's not dust thats causing the imbalance, give it a hoover out, other than this it will be the bearing that's gone and probably not worth replacing.

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