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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
could be! can be cracked,could have damaged drive gear tooth on it! could be starter that became loose also! inspect it asap before damaging new starter or fly wheel!
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
I have an old Amana bottom freezer that does that. It's because the defrost heaters are doing their job and the area around them as well as the coil is expanding rapidly. Try making certain that the cabinet is level and not on an unsteady footing. You might want to try turning the T stat in the freezer to a lower setting. Usually between 2 1/2 and 3 1/2 works best in all freezers. If none of this helps and the banging continues, get used to it or get another fridge. It seems to be a failing in bottom freezer models for some reason. It's harmless but annoying. I actually know someone who says she has the ghost of a frozen turkey stuck in her freezer that's trying to get out! LOL!
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
SOURCE: I just had a new COZY L.P. GAS CDV336C installed... Every few minutes it makes a loud bang noise...It then makes pinging noises that gradually fade out...This happens 2-4 times every hour. The bang is
I'd contact the installer. This sounds as if there may be a slow leak. When the gas concentration is high enough it will ignite which would be the bang that you hear. The popping sound could be the flame at the leak source point re-igniting for a few times.
DEFINITELY CONTACT YOUR INSTALLER OR GAS INSPECTOR. THIS IS A SAFETY HAZARD.
Posted on Mar 11, 2015
Get it serviced. The banging might be water boiling, and that can explode with over pressure. There is a relief valve, but they stick. Or it could be a build up of gas and what you are hearing is a mini gas explosion. The overheating might be a flue obstruction. Too much going on, sounds dangerous, get it fixed professionally. You can't muck around with gas appliances.
Posted on Feb 28, 2016
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