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Old 03-01-2019, 01:42 PM
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There may be easier things to do to combat the noise. I would use the zero RPM feature to knock them down to 0 first, before taking things apart. Bad fans, loose mounts, too tight, etc. tend to make sharp or clipping sounds. It is usually easier to pinpoint the origin. If it is the bearing sound, it is rather diffuse and low. Much more difficult to ascertain. Of course this good from auditory perspective, but if you are hearing it, then not quite so much.
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