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Probably a loose fan or ice hitting the fan, defrost freezer & check fan.

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16 years old. cold inside, but not freezing food. making small rattling noise


check the RepairClinic site, as they indicate what may be wrong when there is a 'rattling' noise in a freezer

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I have samsung french door refrigerator 2 door 2 drawer with vibrating a noise. I have removed the back panel and the noise does not seem to be cominng from this area. any suggestions.


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Refrigerator not getting that cold. Freezer working normal. Was making a rattling noise for a few weeks.


The Rattling noise is the fan hitting ice. Your defrost thermostat is the likely cause here is a link to guide you through replacement http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-h541_14ZE.

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I get a constant rattling noise out of the back of the regrigerator, UNLESS the freezer drawer is open, then it stops instantly


From your description it must be the drawer that is rattling against a wall or shelf. You may have bent something or lost a damper. Openclose it to see at what level it rattles, then see if you can tape a piece of sponge where it hits against something.

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Rattling compressor on Kenmoore bottom freezer refrigerator


IF IS NOT 5 YEARS OLD YET CALL A TECH ASAP THIS MODELS HAVE A COMPRESSOR THAT ARE FAMOUS FOR LOCKING UP AND THE ONLY FIX IS TO REPLACE IT BUT FIRST DISCONNECT AND REMOVE BACK COVER AND RIGHT BY THE COMPRESSOR THERE IS A SMALL BOX ATTACHED TO IT CALL A OVERLOAD REMOVE IT AND SHAKE IT IS IF RATTLES THEN JUST REPLACE THAT PART IF IT DOESNT RATTLE CALL A TECH

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