GE Profile 26.6 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator with Dispenser TFX27PRBWW "refrigerator clunking noise compressor stops" Questions

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Question about Hotpoint Refrigerators

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refrigerator makes fairly loud noises of a clunking kind but runs and stays cold. Clunking noises usually comes from the rapid stop of the compressor. It will not hurt a thing. The rubber grommets ...

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...noise when the cooling cycle shutoff. It is probably caused from one or more of the four rubber bushings that mount your compressor to the refrigerator frame. The bushings wear over time and causing ...

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Question about Kenmore Refrigerators

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...clunking noise made after the refrigerator stops running? Its a Kenmore and is 10 yrs old. We have thoroughly cleaned behind and beneath the refrigerator and now the noise seems louder. The clunking ...

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...noise happens when the compressor turns on and shuts off it is called a compressor knock. All the internal workings of the compressor are supported by springs, over time the springs wear out and ...

refrigerator is about 15 years old and has made a clunking noise when it shuts off since I moved into my home many years ago, but has always kept food cold/frozen. Recently, the clunk noise is getting

Question about Kenmore Refrigerators

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...refrigerator stops running a loud ''clunk'' noise is heard. What could be the problem? That's usually mounts inside the compressor. It could still last awhile so if you can put up with the noise just ...

Question about GE Refrigerators

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...refrigerator. When it shuts off there is a loud clunk. I think it could be the compressor turning off. Other than that it seems to be working fine. Is this a serious problem? What will eventually ...

...the compressor or is ther another fix? Turned refrigerator off for 8 hours, let the frost melt and the fan in the freezer worked again. The compressor now only has a soft clunk when it goes

...clunking sound when it stops running. The sound comes from the compressor. My guess is that it is running on high head probably caused by a dirty condenser. Try cleaning that. The noise itself is the ...

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