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Put new mother board in refrigerator and it sounded like everything was working good but in the morning there was a loud noise in the freezer

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Sounds like the circulating fan is wearing out, this fan has a dc motor that wears down over time, when it starts the noise it generates is very annoying. What happens is the stator or spinning part of the motor wears down. This fan motor is around $80.00 if you purchase it and replace the motor yoursefl. But the minimum cost to repair/replace this fan assembly labor and parts is around $300.00

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