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A clunking sound like ice cubes dropping. No ice maker in fridge.

Hi my Samsung Refrigerator RB193KA** is making a clunking sound like ice cubes dropping. There is no ice maker in the refrigerator. And the sound comes from all over, so it is difficult to identify where the problem is coming from. I have had a repair man come and he can't figure out what the problem is.

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There is a damper door assy that allows the cold from the freezer to the refrigerator,this may be sticking from shipping foam or tape that has never been removed from shipping, the install team almost allways rush and never really install correctly no do they explain how to use and care for the appliance, so check these things. in addition there is a know issue of the refrigerant lines having a slight restriction in them thus causing a autable sound coming from the evaporator and capillary line,this is located in the frezzer and will sound like its coming from all over. call bake the service co. & have them remove & reinstall the evaporator.
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