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Dehumidifier is loud or noisy

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Common solutions for: Dehumidifier is loud or noisy
Solution 1:
Blower Wheel
Try turning the blower wheel by hand. If the blower wheel does not turn freely, or is rubbing against the fan housing, replace the blower wheel. In addition, if the blower wheel wobbles as it turns, t...his indicates that it is loose on the motor shaft. If the blower wheel is loose, tighten or replace it. Finally, if the blower wheel is physically damaged, replace it.
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Dehumidifier Blower Wheel
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Solution 2:
Fan Blade
Try turning the fan blade by hand. Ensure that the blade is not rubbing against the fan housing as it turns. If the fan blade does not turn freely or is rubbing against the fan housing, this indicates... that the fan blade is defective and should be replaced. In addition, wiggle the fan motor shaft to see if the motor shaft is loose. If the fan motor shaft moves even slightly, this indicates that the fan blade is loose. If the fan blade is loose, tighten the set screw. If tightening the screw doesn’t solve the problem, replace the fan blade.
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Dehumidifier Fan Blade
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Solution 3:
Fan Motor
First, try turning the fan blade by hand to ensure that it spins freely. Make sure that the fan blade is not rubbing against the fan housing. If the fan blade spins freely and is not rubbing against t...he fan housing, use a multimeter to determine if the fan motor is getting power. If the fan motor is getting power, but the dehumidifier fan won’t run, the fan motor is likely defective. If the fan motor is defective, replace it.
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Dehumidifier Fan Motor
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Solution 4:
Compressor
The compressor might be wearing out. Dehumidifier compressors are generally noisy during normal operation. However, if the compressor is making unusual noises or is abnormally loud, this may indicate ...that the compressor is wearing out. Because compressors often last for years after they start to wear out, it is not usually cost-effective to replace a noisy compressor.
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Dehumidifier Compressor
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