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My toyostove laser 56 is still making a humming noise. I followed suggestions posted earlier and bearings in the blower motor were bad so I replaced the blower still getting noise, but not as loud.

Replaced the burner mat, the combustion ring and the gaskets. cleaned out the unit Looking for suggestions.

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Sometimes the blades on the fan itself can be out of pitch, which can cause the noise that you are writing about. You may need to replace the fan as well. It can be off just enough, that you can't really tell, but enough to make the noise.

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