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Making a loud noise

Cant be sure but maybe some sort of fan. sound is coming from the bottom of the unit. only started recently there is some dust down there but before i started shoving anything in there thought i see if there were some sort of trouble shooting guide. it has been acting funny lately the door will not stay closed, the bulb went out inside and i replaced it and it would'nt come back on, now this noise which is annoying. please any ideas or anything would help!

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Check if your fridge has a condenser fanmotor, it could be bad and needs replacing. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the dust off the condenser coils.

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