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Loud noise from freezer

What is making a loud noise after the ice machine makes ice? There does not appear to be any ice or frost anywhere in the freezer. It is a kitchen aid superba.

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SOURCE: Kitchen Aid Superba

To the person who hears a clicking sound you are correct, the compressor is trying to start but is not starting and that causes the overload to trip (click) wait a short time and it all happens again. Either the start relay is bad or the compressor is locked up. Less than 1 year old should be in warranty. If you want to try to check the relay you will need to unplug it from the side of the compressor. Once removed try to shake it and if you hear a rattle noise the relay is bad. To test the compressor you would need a test tool or be very experienced to perform accurate test.
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Posted on Nov 22, 2007

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SOURCE: refrigerator makes lot of noise

based from your story. the noise could be coming from the compressor as it starts. compressor usually vibrates a lot when starting. it would last from a few seconds to a few minutes then would normalize as it sucked all the evaporator pressure down to its normal readings. you can check the rubber mountings of the compressor,you may need to replace them. also check for some tubings that may be rubbing or touching as the compressor vibrates. tighten alllso those mounting bolst of the compressor. that should solve your problem. if everything is done and still the same, the noise could be coming inside the compressor which there will be no solution but to replace the compressor. the cleaning that you did helped it a little bit because the vibration decreased a little coz it was able to breathe a little.

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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SOURCE: Kitchen Aid Ice maker Stopped working

I would suggest not buying a KitchenAid. I have the same problem with my ice maker. Have had nothing but problems with every KitchenAid product that I have ever owned. I will never purchase another KitchenAid product.

All of there appliances are second rate. That is "The KitchenAid Difference"

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Kitchen Aid Ice maker Stopped working

The ice maker has stopped working. The red led light blinks when the freezer door is opened. Any thoughts?

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Kitchen Aid KSRP25F Ice Maker

The ice maker is not working, no ice ice is coming in the tray on my Kitchen Aid KSRP25F Refridgerator, the red light keeps on
blinking

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Posted on Aug 30, 2009

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