Question about Kenmore Refrigerators
Could be a couple of things, but it's most likely related to the refrigerant system. With the unit running, take the toe grill off the bottom front of the freezer. You should be able to see the condenser, which is a flat rectangular object made of black steel tubing. Try moving the condenser (gently) up or down and see if that makes any difference in the noise.level. If it does, take a piece of folded up cardboard and wedge it between the condenser and the floor...that should make things quieter.
If that dosen't work, your problem could be the compressor, which iis a lot more serious. Compressors aren't DIY friendly. and I'd advise against going any further.
If the unit is less than a year old, it should be under warranty. Check your owners manual for details.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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