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it could be a defective cold control,you can use a jumper wire to bypass this and see if the compressor starts,or it could be a bad ptc overload on the compressor itself,and these are easily changed too
I also had the same Model Make. I removed my fridge and placed it upside down, occasionally shaking fridge within a 24 hr period. This seemed to re-mix the ammonia solution and the fridge is working. This may work for you but look for yellow stains if you see any your fridge is leaking and would require repair.
It's the fan bouncing off the fan-motor housing. The best way to stop this is to shim the motor mount so the fan will ride with the motor shaft "out" preventing it from bouncing. When you raise the fridge on one corner you are doing the same thing the shim will accomplish.
The draining gurgling sound is probaby freezer defrost water being pushed down the drain tube into the drip pan at the bottom. The door action pushes/pulls air in the tube and pushes out water.