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Air Conditioner is Loud or Noisy

The 8 most common part(s) or condition(s) which cause the symptom Air conditioner is loud or noisy are listed below starting with the most likely. Check or test each item and watch any available videos.


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Compressor

Air conditioner compressors are almost always noisy. If the compressor is making an unusual noise or is noisier than it used to be, it might be worn out or wearing out. It is not dangerous to run a compressor when it is noisy. Sometimes compressors last for years even after they become noisy.

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Drive Motor

If the air conditioner is noisy the fan motor, also called a drive motor, might be worn out. The drive motor has bearings which are usually permanently lubricated. Over several years the lubrication will break down and the drive motor will become noisy. The motor is not repairable and will need to be replaced if it is noisy.

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Dual Shaft Fan Motor

If the air conditioner is noisy the fan motor, also called a dual shaft fan motor, might be worn out. The dual shaft fan motor has bearings which are usually permanently lubricated. Over several years the lubrication will break down and the motor will become noisy. The dual shaft fan motor is not repairable and will need to be replaced if it is noisy.

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Fan Blade

Air conditioners have a fan blade in the front and a fan blade in the rear. If either fan blade breaks or wears out it can begin rubbing on the fan housing. If the air conditioner is noisy and the noise seems to be coming from the fan area, the fan blade should be checked.

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Fan Motor

If the air conditioner is noisy one or more of the fan blades might be rubbing the housing. If the blades are not rubbing against anything and the fan motor is still noisy, the fan motor bearings may have worn out. If this happens the fan motor will need to be replaced.

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To see parts for your air conditioner, you need to enter your model number on the right. The system will then display parts that are associated with your air conditioner.

Fan

If the air conditioner is noisy the fan motor might be worn out. The fan motor has bearings which are usually permanently lubricated. Over several years the lubrication will break down and the fan motor will become noisy. The motor is not repairable and will need to be replaced if it is noisy.

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To see parts for your air conditioner, you need to enter your model number on the right. The system will then display parts that are associated with your air conditioner.

Blower Wheel

Air conditioners have a fan blade in the front and a fan blade in the rear. If either fan blade breaks or wears out it can begin rubbing on the fan housing. If the air conditioner is noisy and the noise seems to be coming from the fan area, the fan blade should be checked.

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Blower Motor

If the air conditioner is noisy one or more of the fan blades might be rubbing the housing. If the blades are not rubbing against anything and the blower motor is still noisy, the blower motor bearings may have worn out. If this happens the blower motor will need to be replaced.

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