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Range vent hood motor is loud or noisy

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Common solutions for: Range vent hood motor is loud or noisy
Solution 1:
Blower Motor
The blower motor bearings might be worn out. To determine if the motor bearings are worn out, try wiggling the motor shaft back and forth. The motor shaft should not move at all. If the motor shaft mo...ves even by a slight amount, the motor bearings are worn out. If the bearings are worn, replace the motor. Do not attempt to repair or lubricate the motor—if the motor is defective, it must be replaced.
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Range Vent Hood Blower Motor
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Solution 2:
Drive Motor
Check the drive motor to determine if it is running. If the drive motor still runs, but [information to be provided], replace the motor. If the drive motor does not run, use a multimeter to test it fo...r continuity. If the motor does not have continuity, replace it.
Required Part
Range Vent Hood Drive Motor
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Solution 3:
Exhaust Fan Motor
The exhaust fan motor bearings might be worn out. To determine if the motor bearings are worn out, try wiggling the motor shaft back and forth. The motor shaft should not move at all. If the motor sha...ft moves even by a slight amount, the motor bearings are worn out. If the bearings are worn, replace the motor. Do not attempt to lubricate or repair the motor—if the motor is defective, it must be replaced.
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Range Vent Hood Exhaust Fan Motor
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Solution 4:
Fan Motor
The fan motor bearings might be worn out. To determine if the motor bearings are worn out, try wiggling the motor shaft back and forth. The motor shaft should not move at all. If the motor shaft moves... even by a slight amount, the motor bearings are worn out. If the bearings are worn, replace the motor. Do not attempt to lubricate or repair the motor—if the motor is defective, it must be replaced.
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Range Vent Hood Fan Motor
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