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Compressor noise goodman 3ton 15 seer heatpump model gph3615m41 the compressor is make a continous laboring noise and it's loud.is it a bad valve or the compressor itself, need help

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I the compressor is bad it will draw high amps. If the amps are ok then i would look at the valve.

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