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GE Stainless Steel Profile refrigerator/freezer

Refrigerator makes a loud rapping noise every five to ten minutes. It sounds like a valve opening and closing very fast. Other than that everything works.

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    I have the same problem, started last evening, like clock work, every 5 minutes to the second, a rapid knockng (14 times) occurs lower portion of refrigerator behind the crisper.

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The drive gear is stripped that actuates the custom cool damper doors. You will have to replace the damper assembly.

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I have the same problem, started last evening, like clock work, every 5 minutes to the second, a rapid knockng (14 times) occurs lower portion of refrigerator behind the crisper. There is a white box with two wire leads. It is inside this box where the knocking/clicking originates. There are two screws one top center and one right center. I removed those but cannot remove without fear of breaking the plastic case?

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

  • klupfer Aug 31, 2008

    Pulled the lower back cover, it is not the fan...........

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It is more likely to be something getting caught in the fan. try pressing on the area at the back of the freezer behind the ice bucket and just below the auger motor housing . This is where the evap fan is and i have had cases of fan blades moving up the shaft a small amount but enough to just come into contact with the housing.

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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