Question about Refrigerators
What makes u think its the thermal switch? normally the noise at beginning or end of cycle is caused by the compressor with bad springs, groumets, or not sure how to explain this but the freon sits in a round bowl like orifice and when its low there is usually a loud noise at end of and beginning of cycle. other words when goes off and comes on? ( this is usually due to moving the fridge on it side and not waiting long enough for oil to settle before turning on?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: loud noise
Check the relay on the side of the compressor. Has a metal clip holding it to the compressor. Check with a volt meter and also check the compressor for voltage. no voltage or low at the compressor replace the relay. You can also take the relay off and shake it. If it makes a rattling sound replace it
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
The most common reason for noise is the fan motor in the freezer compartment.
Remove the screws from the rear panel in the freezer compartment and inspect the fan motor. Replacing it is a fairly easy nuts and bolts procedure. The motor should be available at most appliance parts houses.
kenmore is a trade name for Sears appliances. It was made by either Whirlpool or Frigidaire.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
SOURCE: refrig making noiise
They are telling it is normal because they dont want to replace it. When in all honesty it isnt. Behind the inside pannel is a protective layer of insulation with a thin layer of metal. The insulation is either not covering the entire plactic sheild. Causeing the metal to contract. It will also make it run more because it warms up faster than needed. Thats where you hear the loud noise comming from. I would demand they take it back to the store and replace it with a new one or call the better buisness beu. Hope this helped.
Posted on Nov 24, 2012
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