Question about Crosley CRFF16 15.9 Cu. Ft. Frost-Free Refrigerator with Recessed Coils in Stainless Steel
My refrigerator is really loud while it's running. The noise comes from several places mainly in the back but also from underneath. I thought I could try to tighten any screws I see in the outer housing but I have no clue about the sounds coning from underneath. Any ideas?
This sounds like the condenser coil under the unit it is the black thing that usually has a fan blowing across it but it can be between the compressor and the front panel under the ref. you can use card board to secure the condenser from rattling. good luck I chase these noises all day at work and they can be a pain to find and take a while and ALOT of patiences.
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
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