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That does not sound good. New dogs sound great, but you must get to the bottom of why the clothes are becoming twisted on the agitator. Usually not enough WATER. Think loose flow of clothes submerged.
Long story short, you cannot jam pack this machine. Less clothes, more water, will equal long life.
Be sure that the mating teeth for the dogs, is not damaged. Slipping here would make loud noise.
More water, less clothes.
sounds like your fridge is not hooked up to water or water off
the sound is the water valve calling for water if no water is hooked up or supplied the valve is quite noisy
turn water on or lift icemaker arm to up lock position to turn ice maker off
Sounds like your water has been off for maintenance. This will make a sound like this but the rest of the faucets would have done it also when you first ran water through them the first time. So if you have a filter on your fridge, remove it and re prime before putting back on. If not, look at the back, bottom where the water supply connects to the back. Have some one try to get water in the door while you hold your hand on the valve where the water supply connects. See if it vibrates and makes the noise. Also follow the line and see if you have two different water valves. If so do the same with it. One should be making the noise if your filter does not have air in it. Good luck.
If the refrigerator is working fine the banging noise you hear is the isulation inside the refrigeratior walls that exand and cotract with the change of temperatures. you don t have to worried about it.
if it’s a banging sound--- I know one of the noises the system 2000 will make is a bang or rattle at the end of the run cycle, which we call "shudder stop". If this is your noise then I have to give you some bad news here. Sorry.......
The only way of repairing this is by having your compressor replaced as it has to do with an internal problem in the compressor itself. There may be a silver lining, though, if you are the original purchaser and you have the receipt. Some of these systems came with a 10 year warranty on the compressor, so you might want to check this out.good luck
there are 2 fan's in the uint one is located by the compressor itself, and the second is loacted in freezer compartment behind hte back wall, it is possible and fairly common that the bearing on one or the other has gone bad causing your noise issue. if it soulnds as if hte noise is coming from the compressor itself, then your out of luck no repairing that item just a replacement and problalby not worth the cost
Either your water tank in the fridge froze up, the waterline that goes up the freezer door from the bottom hinge froze, or the switch that your glass hits is damaged. Do you hear any humming or noises when you put your glass up to get water?