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Below the cabinet is the compressor (number 28 in the diagram at the link below) and the condenser fan motor (number 10). If the compressor was acting up, you would see some issue with the temperature. So, I suspect the issue is with the fan motor or there may be something caught in the blade (like a piece of paper, rodent, etc) that is causing the noise. If you pull the unit out, you can remove the access panel (number 15) for access to both components. Can you remove that cover for inspection and tell me what you see and hear, please?
If you cannot access the back to remove the access panel, the best you will be able to do is blow air from the front and perhaps it will dislodge whatever may be in there. I do think it is important that it be looked at, though, so you may want to schedule service.
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