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Sounds like the bearing or part of the clutch in the A/C compressor has failed, or possibly component on a/c fouling on something due to recent repairs however would be unlikely and probably just a coincidence..
Check A/C compressor turns by hand, should be firm but not make any noises.
Check for fouling components related to a/c compressor clutch.
HI, the sound you herd was the noise filter and running diode. these important components have failed at this point. you will need to replace these components asap, if possible. this will fix your issue.
The Magnetron Cut-off fuse will need to be replace as well. this will blow if there is a malfunction within the unit.
Had same problem. Replace Blower Motor. Over a 100 dollars at local parts store, but found online for half price. About 30 minutes to replace. http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/raframecatalog.php?carcode=1431961&parttype=6916 6 screws to remove glove box, One plastic nut on kick panel and 3 screws hold the blower to the air box.
The pop from other electrical items makes me think it's a ground
problem but I am do not have a clue as to what type of setup you are
running over there. Did you try a surge protector?Is it 110volts with a seperate ground wire? Have you tried running a UPS?