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My refrigerator makes a loud noise whenever it is maybe switchin cycles? I'm not sure. Almost like one of the bolts that ties the compressor 2 the frame is not on there or something. It freezes on an off also. Could the 2 problems have anything 2 do with 1 another?

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  • tjv2634 Oct 30, 2008

    The fridge makes a real loud noise when what I would think it is doing is kicking on the cooling unit. It is a real loud humming noise that keeps me up at night, and I don't know what to do about it.

  • hyandrasits Dec 09, 2008

    same thing it sucks how do i fix it


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