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Central Air conditioning loud squeezing noise outside

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A strange noise coming from the A.C can really cause some concern and I will be happy to help. I suggest you add to the thread of this question and include the full model number of your A.C unit so that the expert can provide you with a more detailed answer. I did manage to find a link with a similar question. I hope this helps while you wait for your expert response.

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Joseph P. -
May 30, 2012
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Thanks Joseph, I appreciate your quick response. It is an Allegiance 11, Model # 2A7A1036A1000AA & I wrote down the Compr Mot 16.3 RLA It is hotter than Hades out there so if you need anything else at least I know where to look at it quickly. Hope this info helps.

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Sherry -
May 30, 2012
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We have sprayed the WD-40 on the fan blade & it has stopped. Should I be concerned anymore?

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Sherry -
May 30, 2012
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Thank you for your question. I'm not sure what you mean by squeezing noise. I see it appears you have solved this noise problem. If the noise starts again and if it seems to be a type of squealing noise, it would probably be from the fan motor. If you would like more assistance, reply to this thread and I will assist you further.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
June 01, 2012
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Hi Scott. I have the same unit. Yesterday it just stopped blowing cold air. It had been working fine. I noticed that the thermostat needed new batteries so I changed them. I do not see any symptoms as to why this is. still looking into it. Any suggestions??

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Ike -
July 12, 2012
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Ike, I have a question for you. Is the blower fan running? The thermostat sends a signal to it and the controller turns on the inside fan and the condenser fan ad compressoer in the outside unit.

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Bill__W -
Sears Technician
July 12, 2012
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Bill, I apologize for the delay. I had to leave for work. Yes the blower fan inside and the outside unit were both working. I turned it on about an hour before I left this morning and the temp had dropped about 2-3 degrees. I shot the vents with my temp gun and was getting a 66-67 degree reading on the ductwork (which is where i set the t-stat). The rest of the house was around 78-79I'm hoping to go home to a cool home and that I was just in a panic last night though won't be there for about 3 more hours. Thanks for the quick reply Bill and I will let you know what I get home to.

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Ike -
July 12, 2012
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Scott, the squealing noise reminds me of something that is going to go out like the ball bearing are going out. I know it sounds a little crazy as they probably don't have these but the noise is terrible. We first noticed the noise when we were inside and I thought that someone turned on our garbage disposal (and it has a broken fly wheel, or something like that). The neighbor said that he heard it when he came out back and he thought it was going to blow up. So, I don't know how to explain the noise well but it is bad. We have noticed in the last weeks that it starts when the sun bears down on it in the afternoon and early evening during a day with over 100 degrees. Does this have anything to do with the noise? Thank you for all your help.

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Sherry -
July 12, 2012
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I'm keeping my fingers crossed!! My house had cooled down quite a bit by the time I got home. I'm thinking I was playing catch up and was not patient. I normally do not turn the unit off, just adjust the t stat. My niece had turned it off so it got pretty warm in there. This was kind of a blessing because it got to PM everything. After removing the fan section (top), the side panel where the contactor and tubing is I noticed a tremendous amount of build up of dirt. I carefully blew compressed air all over to remove the dirt. What a difference, the unit can breath again!! To Sherry's issue, check to make sure you don't have any loose hardware on the outside of the the fan shroud as well as the fan motor mount. If you have loose or missing screws, this could cause vibration and noise. After cleaning and tightening all of my hardware my unit is a lot quieter. Good luck.

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Ike -
July 12, 2012
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I have seen something similiar to this noise issue before. If you had the noise right before you sprayed the fan blade and after spraying the blade only (not getting any WD in the motor housing as to lubricate the bearings of the motor itself) there is a good chance the blade itself is coming loose from the hub. The part that mounts to the motor shaft. This can only be fixed by replacing the blade itself and it should be fine. *** Side note: try not to use WD40 when lubing motors, tends to clean off the lubrication inside and the particals will gum up and make thing worse. Only 3 in 1 motor oil or sometihng similar.

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Jason -
July 13, 2012
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