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AMANA REFRIGERATOR MAKES A LOUD POP!

IT HAS TO DO WITH SOME SORT OF CYCLE I THINK. IT POPS A FEW TIMES VERY LOUDLY AND WILL STAY QUIET FOR A WHILE THEN REPEAT.
ITS A 2214 BOTTOM FREEZER

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If it's cooling ok, they're probably normal sounds. Modern refrigerators can make many noises, most people aren't home long enough to hear them. A popping sound could be defrost water hitting a hot defrost element, or refrigerant making noise in the cooling lines. If it's working ok, ignore it. Please rate this,Thank u

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