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My new refrigerator is so loud. I can hear it in my living room. I was told all new refrigerators are loud. Is this true?

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NO!!!! There is something wrong.... something is not adjusted right...the fan is hitting something or the bearings are bad in the fan motor....call and INSIST that they fix it or take it back!!!

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