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...play and you need a new clutch. Also see if the front hub on the compressor turns easy. If not, then the noise could be the compressor locking up. Reman compressor might be the least expensive

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noise it might be the compressor is over charged you need AC tech to check that if is not over charged and still making the noise you will need to replace the compressor because the internal seals are

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Banging noise when compressor switches off. Banging noise when compressor switches OFF. This noise varies in intensity. Noise is inside the compressor. valves are shot need new compressor

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...Compressor noise Compressor making noise when engaged. Air blows cold. Sounds like a bearing but I don't know. I get a smaller amount of the noise when the compressor is not on, but it's much worse ...

...noise just when the compressor starts and stops That's usually mounts inside the compressor. It could still last awhile so if you can put up with the noise just wait for it to quit before replacing ...

...causing this and now do I eliminate the noise? Be sure that oil was added when the new compressor and line were put in. It sounds as if the compressor is the one making noise. Is it a new

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...noise when compressor stops No problems with refrigerator functioning but the noise seems to be getting worse when compressor stops. It shakes the entire compressor package but the noise seems to be ...

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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 ...

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...COMPRESSOR AND NOISE STILL THERE? Did you add the correct amount of oil to the compressor? Is it overcharged? Did you evacuate all the air with a vacuum pump before charging? Was the fixed orifice ...

...a noise gate and a compressor? They both lower volume, but a compressor lowers the volume of a signal that gets too loud, and a noise gate lowers the volume of quiet signals such as background ...

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