Question about Refrigerators
There is a fan at the back which could be hitting something. You would hear the noise nearly continuously.
There is a compressor motor at the back. If you hear the noise just when the compressor starts and stops That's usually mounts inside the compressor. It could still last awhile so if you can put up with the noise just wait for it to
quit before replacing the compressor or getting a new
You may have a motherboard on the back which can make noise. You'll need to roll the unit out from the wall to see where the noise is coming from and remove part of the cardboard backing to get access to the compressor and fan.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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