Question about Whirlpool S20DRSS33 Side by Side Refrigerator
I got the Same Exact problem with my S2OD RBB32-A/G Whirlpool Ref.
its has a Fast and Random Clicking on the Back in its Motherboard (White Box), i Open the main Board and it seems that its a Relay Who is Going Crazy!
it started to happen for 5 min then last couple of month then its now lasting for 2 and 3 hours!! after this it t works normal, then when the Electricity goes off than On again the Hole cycle accrue over and over.
Also When i Open the Door of the Fridge the clicking stops then comes again when i close the door!
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
The white box is the housing for the rear p.c.b. and it will be a relay clicking you are hearing probably caused by capacitors not holding charge (common fault with this machine).
Some people have chnged all the capacitors on the board or indeed pay a £200 + repair bill for the replacment of the circuit boards back and front :(
Posted on May 12, 2008
European appliances run on 220-240 volts systems. much more relible motors and pumps.then the 110-120 volts system in the USA. The white box is most likely a cover for your compressor . Sounds like freon knock This noise is most likely due to the refrigerant moving through the system. it can happen in an overcharged system. or a system that has a restriction in it... let us know if you find out anything else..krazttech
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
That model # dont come up in any of my data bases ...check model # again on inside ref. side on upper top right side. Seems like a little too much to me... I believe thats more the 250 u.s. Not sure what this white box is.. saying 220-240 volts... all ref. I worked on was 120volts. can u give more info on the white box... how many wires? where mounted? ect. u sure noise comeing from there? If Not,,, you could check the compressior or lines going to the compressior might be making the noise.. check to see if any of the lines are touching or close enough to hit each other when compressior starts up.. check the rubber bushings under the feet of compressor see if any are loose or anything around them that can rattle... get in back with a light and check close for possible causes
Posted on Sep 10, 2007
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