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forget about using youtube try googling it and see if u can get help? not sure but the compressor has a seal that separates the coolant from the oil and when it goes or starts to leak u may get weird sounds? sorry cannot help more Ive heard clicking sounds before from the compressor but it was usually due to bad relay having to do with the starting process
Tried unplug,replug it back in half or an hour later.Most of the time the the compressor will reset and kick in than it work again.This is a temp solution only,because most of the compressors in frig have this intermittent problems will died again because of over heat the design 24/7 plugin doesn't help especially continue of power to it.Replaced the frig if it more than ten years or replaced the compressor if less.
It's really up to you, to decide whether you want your refrigerator to be fix or replaced and buy a new one. You need to calculate the cost between repair cost and the price of a new refrigerator. Which one is suited your budget plus the convenient of the trouble free unit for many years to come. Since your refrigerator is about 12 years old already and it's undergo several repair, including the most expensive compressor replacement. I think it's economical to spend for a brand new unit. New unit have service warranty of about one year, it will take many years before it undergo service repair if you use and treat it with proper care. Good luck on your decision.
ONLY THING I CAN TELL YOU NOW IS THERE IS A LEAK SOME WHERE IN THE SYSTEM. AND I M SURE THE NEVR DID ANY LEAK CHECK ON THE SYSTEM IF YOU DO NOT WANT TONGET AN OTHER REFRIGERATOR; TRY GET A REPAIREMAN WITH EXPERIENCE AND HAVE GOOD TESTER EQUIPMENTS
The most common problems for refers not cooling is a condenser fan motor (the one that cools the compressor) is out. This can be caused by either a mouse has tried to jump trough the fan and it came on or a loss of grease or oil. There is no way to oil them so they have to be replaced. That is the problem especially if you unplugged the refer and it worked for a while then quit. If the fan doesn't cool the compressor it will overheat and shut down coming on intermittently then shutting off again. As for the refer that still doesn't cool when everything else does you may have an burnt overload also. Check the compressor area for burnt or stalled components ex. fan motor, relay, overload. If your compressor is out plan on spending from $300.00 to $500.00. But check the suggested components first. And beware there are appliance shops out there that will find one of these problems and give you an estimate for a compressor. Find someone reputable.