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Whirlpool Refrigerator I have a 3 year old Whirlpool refer model ET1TTXKQ00, that makes a loud drumming noise from the lower, left, rear side. It lasts 2 to 3 seconds and is on an erratic schedule. It dosen't sound like a fan rubbing, but I havn't pulled it out to check it. Any help is appreciated.

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Sounds like your compressor fan all right pull it out and see could be any thing getting in the fan

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