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Fridge model c373 is rattling. Has been repaired twice to no avail.Sounds like bottles rattling but have removed all items from fridge. Was sent away for repair and when given back had a rattle.

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  • davmarl100 Jul 22, 2008

    It sounds like bottles rattling together,but i have emptied the fridge so its not anything in the fridge bumping tgether. It also sounds like the glass shelves are loose but have checked that as well.thanks

  • sdobbins Sep 06, 2008

    Sounded like the fan was hitting something or grinding off but after 3 days it has stopped and the back of the fridge is icing up but the rest of the fridge is not cold, so it looks like the fan has stopped working altogether and now is no longer distributing cold air around the fridge cavity.Fridge is only 3 years old and we paid $1045 for it. It had a 2 year warranty.Looks like we've been ripped off if it's unfixable and even if it is it's lousy.

  • robert samples May 11, 2010

    is it a tinkling kind of rattle or a poping or gurgling is is a top moent or a sxs

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There are two things that come to mind from what you are describing one is the evaporator fan is mialignet and hitting its caseing in the freezer or the condenser fan behind the unit where the compressor is is doing the same thing pull the unit out and check it first as its metal and would give a closer sound as your describing

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