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On that unit when that starts to happen this is actually a failed blower wheel or motor on the unit. As the blower wheel heats it can expand causing a vibration noise that can really get loud. Now as well the motor on that unit often will do the same thing. I would bet the motor more so that anything else on this unit though since I have replaced hundreds on that unit for that issue.
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Yes I am here your message just came through. The had issues with the windings on those motors and they fail a lot even in just a couple years.
They have no recalls on it, GE has not documented any issue with the motors, they make cheap motors made in China and the windings often fail. I have been doing service work for 20+ years now and have stock that motor on my truck due to the premature failures. You can try to contact GE, but they often do not stand behind anything 1 day out of warranty.