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or It could be a slipping compressor belt. Get the pulleys as well as the belt checked and tightened/replaced if required. When the compressor starts, the initial load makes the belt slip and screech, which goes away once the compressor speed matches that of the belt or the driving pulley.
Posted on Dec 10, 2016
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