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Freezer and refrigerator not cooling. Makes a buzzing noise

The motor runs continually and there is a buzzing noise followed by a click. Then the buzzing stops and resumes a few seconds later.

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Hello sbarrry2 it sound like the motor that is running continously is the condenseer fan and the buzzing and then the click would be the compressor trying to start up and going off on overlaod. shut the unit off at the swiutch, let it cool down (3) hours possibly and then try to turn it back on. this should work. Thanks for using FixYA

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