I had my fan set to a low RPM setting when I was at home.
I then started to notice the fan was starting to get hot.
My wife checked the fan settings and noticed the fan had started to spin up too fast.
I noticed the speed of the fan wasn’t consistent enough and I tried to turn it down.
The fan was still spinning at the wrong speed, I could hear the fan, and the fan still had a bit of speed left.
I called a friend who suggested turning off the fan and letting the fan cool down.
The problem went away as I turned off the fans fan.
When I turned the fan back on, I noticed I was still getting the fan spinning too fast even though I was turning it down a little bit.
I figured that was the fault of the Fan control.
I could have done something different to the fan control to get it to go back into its normal RPM setting.
If you’re running an air conditioner with a fan, check with your manufacturer about what fan settings work best for your fan.