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Refrigerator compressor constant noise when running

Stops when refrig stops.

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  • dratz100 May 08, 2009

    Nice thought. It is a top freezer in a Kenmore that is 27 years old and has worked almost perfectly.



    Did that before, the noise is coming directly from the compressor.



    Steve

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