Oct 31, 2014. #6. LaytonJnr said: Hello, One of my fans (the stock 140mm) in my Phantom 410 has started to make whirring and/or grinding noise. It seems to be pretty intermittent, and I am yet to find a pattern. The only time I've heard that kind of noise before was on a pretty old 80mm fan, which was due to the bearings.

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The noise is without vibration but sounds pretty nasty like a grinding/whirring from what sounds like the front axle but I have heard it shift from rear to front making me think it's the differential or T-Case. It is only audible on mine when accelerating from a roll, anything other than mild acceleration, moderate or heavy and it's very loud.

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The second day I had it I noticed a grinding noise on deceleration.Basically, the best way I can explain it is if you are going about 50 mph and remove your foot from the gas pedal and start to coast, when the speed falls to 40 mph (every time consitantly) the auto tranny down shifts and there is a short grinding noise.

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1999 328i automatic about 116,000 miles. On start-up I get this nasty whirring and grinding noise coming from the engine compartment. It's hard to pinpoint the noise but it's obviously something with bearings going bad. I'm not sure if it's the water pump, the A/C belt tensioner pulley...

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If you're used to working in a noisy environment, you may miss the exact moment your laptop starts making suspicious noises.However, when you start implementing some of those home office soundproofing tips I keep talking …

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Grinding, Scraping, or Rubbing Noise When Driving. When a wheel bearing wears out, it can make a grinding, rubbing, or scraping noise from the wheel while driving as the internal parts wear and cause more resistance. This can increase in sound volume the longer it goes unreplaced. Bad wheel bearings might also make a groaning or rubbing noise ...

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Knocking sounds replaced the whirring noise, the pitch changed, or the sounds become louder. These changes are likely caused by issues related to the grinder and/or material. You must keep in mind that issues in grinding aren't usually the result of a single factor.

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That annoying noise is caused by the wear indicator on the car's brake pads to let you know that they need to be replaced. However, if the brakes start to make a horrendous metal-on-metal sound, then you probably need to have the brake rotors replaced as well. 3. A clicking noise when turning at low speeds.

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B200 Turbo - Whirring/Grinding Noise, Transmission problem. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 10 of 10 Posts. F. finalnub · Registered. 2008 B200 Turbo Joined Jul 3, 2015 · 3 Posts . Discussion Starter · #1 · Jul 3, 2015. Hi everyone, ...

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Banging Noise When the Furnace Kicks On. Common causes of banging noises include: Dirty furnace burners: Does it take several several seconds to a minute before the furnace comes on after you call for heat?This is a delayed ignition caused by dirty furnace burners. The dirt keeps the burners from igniting the gas, so the gas builds up.

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A loud and continue grinding, whirring or squealing noise usually indicated that there is a fault with a gear motor at the back of the machine. Follow these steps to determine if this is the case. Step 1. Ensure that the tanks are filled to the max fill level with the correct mixture of syrup and water.

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Ceiling fan making grinding noise. A scraping or grinding noise can sound alarming but may also be a simple fix, depending on the cause. A ceiling fan making grinding noise may be caused by unbalanced blades that cause the fan to wobble. Ceiling fan blades can become unbalanced by dust collecting on the blades when the fan isn't in use.

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A grinding noise when accelerating can mean a wheel bearing is damaged or worn out. This can impact and hamper steering, handling, and cause uneven tire wear on your vehicle. You'll most likely hear the grinding sound when turning. A worn-out wheel bearing can cause issues for your transmission, CV joints, and wheel hubs.

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Grinding. If your car has an automatic transmission, one of the most disconcerting noises that you can hear coming from your transmission is a grinding noise. When a grinding noise occurs with your transmission, it could mean a …

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Vostro 3450 Whirring / Grinding Noise I've had a Vostro 3450 laptop for about a year or so now. With normal use (web surfing, word processing) a low whirring sound is audible coming from the fan. Almost every time the laptop is moved, there is a continuous loud whirring / grinding noise, combined with the laptop vibrating a small amount.

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Grinding Noise. If you hear a squeaking or grinding noise when driving, it's likely a universal joint that's damaged or worn. Whirring Sound. Hearing a whirring noise around 10 mph when accelerating or slowing down is likely due to worn or loose pinion bearings. Knocking Noise

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70-200 VR grinding/whirring noise. Jan 21, 2007. I have searched this forum for this topic and read your answers. Here goes anyway: I have borrowed - with the intent of buying - a three year old 70-200 VR f:2,8 and the VR seems to be working nicely, I get the "clunk" when half depressing the shutter, a slight viewfinder jump and then a rock ...

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Whirring, grinding, and high-pitched noises are the usual sounds of a bad starter. Since the symptoms of a bad starter can often be mistaken for a battery or alternator problem, make sure that your battery is in tip-top shape before ruling …

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Whirring, grinding noise in Santa fe. Maintenance/Repairs. , santafe. SantaFe March 19, 2013, 4:01pm #1. Can anyone shed some light?? For about a year and a half I have had an "undiagnosable" noise that started as an intermittent metallic buzzing and has evolved into a constant whirring/grinding noise. The tempo of the noise ...

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• Howling noise • Whining/Whirring noise • Shudder/Vibration • Grinding noise Some customers also may state that a noise can be heard in 4HI, but goes away when switched to 2HI. Some technicians may find the concern coming from the transfer case.

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A loud and continue grinding, whirring or squealing noise usually indicated that there is a fault with a gear motor at the back of the machine. Follow these steps to determine if this is the case. Step 1. Ensure that the tanks are filled to the max …

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• Howling noise • Whining/Whirring noise • Shudder/Vibration • Grinding noise Some customers also may state that a noise can be heard in 4HI, but goes away when switched to 2HI. Some technicians may find the concern coming from the transfer case. Cause This condition may be caused by normal transfer case clutch plate break in and wear,

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Let's get technical. The sound you hear, whirring, click or creaking at low speed is from the transition of the stator's poles between the fixed magnets. You hear every movement inside the motor. Different Onewheel motor noise, Grinding and Squealing Grinding. Grinding noise usually comes from two different scenarios.

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Grinding noises appear when the brake friction material or brake linings have worn away and the steel brake rotor is rubbing against the metal brake pad backing. This causes metal-to-metal contact when the brakes are applied, …

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I have a 2006 Nissan Titan SE KC 4x4 and I am hearing a grinding/whirring sound with vibration in the floor boards and gas pedal. It happens at low speeds (5-35 mph) about every 15-60 seconds, and it lasts for about 5-10 seconds. When I am completely stopped, but in Drive, the gear shifter and console vibrate a lot for 5-10 seconds.

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Grinding. If your car has an automatic transmission, one of the most disconcerting noises that you can hear coming from your transmission is a …

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Started a few months ago out of the blue. Noise didnt build up it just started the first day and still sounds the same. Sounds like a grinding or whirring noise from the middle or rear of the car. Sound starts around 15mph and can hear it until about 45mph. The faster I go the higher the pitch becomes and turns into a whine until I barely hear it.

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