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Loud clunking noise underneath fridge

I have a Kenmore fridge and will often hear a loud clunk/rattle noise as if something is turning off. Any suggestions on how to fix?

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    any solutions for loud noise?

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Its sounds like a spring is broken inside your compressor this you cannot repair you need a commpressor replacement or you can check if your fridge is levell sometimes by levelling the fridge it may reduce the sound thans from gilles

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