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Clicking noises are generally caused by loose parts (such as loose condenser coils or compressor "tubing rattle") or rollers and feet that sit unevenly on the floor.
Look for any part that is loose. Then remove the bottom trim piece by lifting it off its supports, and check the feet at the front of the unit. If necessary, turn the adjustable feet up or down so they contact the floor squarely.


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