Question about Maytag MSD2756G Side by Side Refrigerator
Five year old Maytag side by side fridge makes vibrations noises when the motor kicks on. Seem to be getting worse. Model # MZD2766GEW.
When you open the door or gently shove the side it stops for a minute or so. It is a regular occurance while years ago, not often at all.
Mine is a different model, and less than three years old, but the vibrating noise was really annoying. I would shift the unit or the door slightly, and it would stop for a while, as you reported. I took a few minutes, applied pressure to different areas, up and down, inside and out. The noise was louder near the floor. I removed the plastic grill and applied upward pressure on the wires covering the coils - it was loose. I noticed an accumulation of dust, and vacuumed as far as I could reach around the underneath area; also pulled fridge out and vacuumed a dust-covered vent on the back near the floor. Was planning to insert some kind of wedge under the loose part, but when I put everything back in place, the vibration stopped - now I only hear a gentle hum. Seems I did something right in this process.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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