Question about Refrigerators
The blades on the condenser fan are easily bent. With the fridge off turn the fan blade slowly to see if one of them is hitting the housing and slightly bend it till it don't hit.
The blades could be loose on the shaft or the motor worn allowing the play. Wiggle it to determine exactly what is happening.
It's normal for the compressor to vibrate some when running but shouldn't be related to the fan hitting the housing.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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