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Clattering noise when unit go of

Motor clatering noise

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There is a piece of tape or something hitting the compressor blade. Remove the object as this could eventually stop the compressor from working. There usually is a piece of insulation that gets in the way when you move the fridge. Tape this up or out of the way. If no object hitting it, then the compressor is starting to go.

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