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IF I REPLACE THE CAPACITOR,WILL THIS STOP THE RATTLING NOISE?

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Noise is produced by the fan and the compressor. If it's always made this noise then it's OK. Capacitor simply gives the fan and compressor a high voltage impulse to start them. Has it always made this noise? Something inside could have shaken lose, the fan is unbalanced, etc.

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