Question about Jenn-Air JFC2089HE French Door Refrigerator
BFULLAWAY had the answer, I believe. My ice maker does the same thing, groaning and creaking for a few seconds, stopping briefly, then starts creaking again. This is due to ice stuck inside and it will make no ice as a result. Usually I see a piece of ice protruding and knock it out. Happened recently, but I saw no ice. Took a cup of hot tap water (not boiling) and poured it into the compartments where cubes form. (Made sure ice tray was in place to catch water.) I banged on the side and a misshapened cube fell out. Creaking/groaning stopped and unit began to function normally.
Posted on Oct 15, 2012
Had similar problem - ended up that the fingers that lift the ice when frozen were stuck (frozen) in the up position. Chip the ice off and stopped.
Posted on Nov 04, 2011
I had the same problem.
I emptied all the ice in the ice bin and the problem went away.
Don't know what it is but it seams to happen when we don't use much ice for a couple of months.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
Compressors don't usually make groaning or creaking noises and if the appliance is still cooling ok then doubt compressor is the source. there could be two other sources: cabinet creaking as it expands and contracts - this is quite common. system noise - the compressor is circulating a mixture of gas and liquid. on occasions this can be quite noisy but normally a gurgling noise
Posted on Apr 28, 2007
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