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Kenmore Elite Trio = clicking and fan running constantly

The freezer wasn't freezing so I turned it up and that seemed to help, but the intermittent clicking and constant external fan (sounds like) continues. Then today the freezer wasn't freezing again.

Model 596.73503200

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Sounds like a problem with the compressor.  Get a service tech in.

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

  • JamesVan Jul 19, 2011

    Sounds Like a bad relay on the compressor and NOT the compressor it self. A relay for this model can be purchased off the internet for $45.00 and is not to hard to install.
    A simple way to check the relay if you do NOT have a meter is to slide it off and shake it .. If it rattles then it is bad. Jeff98 hope this helps you.....James from Westmoreland, Tn

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