Question about Refrigerators
First find the area the noise is coming from. Does it sound like a fan hitting something? Or is the compressor making the noise? Has dust collected in the condenser coil area that has cause air restriction ? I a paper shroud that is mounted near the fan come loose and striking the fan? Has the noise affected the performance of the refrigerator? Let me know and I will be able to help you solve this.If you find the problem please remember to unplug the refrigerator before putting your hand in an area that could cut or shock you!
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Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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