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The clicking noise is most likely the compressor overload. Something is happening like a fan going bad a thermostat or the compressor start relay,capacitor and overload. Don't leave it plugged in with this happening because this can damage the compressor. Pull the refrigerator away from wall, unplug and remove lower cover near compressor. Feel top of compressor on its top and if too hot to keep your hand there then we need to work together on finding the problem, Sears uses a different model number than most companies for example 321.56489 around the door frame or freezer drawer or inside the fresh food compartment, I will need that to help you better, Thanks Sea Breeze

Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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