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GE refridge temp control makes clicking noise

Model GTS18KCPJRWW - the temp control unit makes periodic clicking noise when the compressor runs. What is the source of the noise? Is some part malfunctioning? Refridge operation seems normal otherwise.

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Probably a few loose ends causing the rattle sounds it does it for most fridges.

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