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When refrig turn off after runing, we are experiencing a loud clunking noise

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  • acongleton00 May 11, 2010

    mine done that for a long time and then it stopped getting cold after awhile of doing it. Sounds like you may have a compressor going out.

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RUUUUUUUUNNNNNNN
no just kidding
but you are loosing your compressor
if that clunk is comming from the compressor as i suspect, you need to find your warrenty, most comp have 5 years
but its on the way out,, could last a while no way of knowing but on the way out

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