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Clicking Noise - Refrigerator

Possible Solutions

Clicking Noises

  • If the refrigerator has an ice maker but is not connected to a water supply, the water valve will make a buzzing or clicking sound as it tries to fill the ice maker.
  • Check that the ice maker is turned off if the refrigerator is not connected to a water supply.
  • Repetitive Clicking can be heard when the dual evaporator valve is regulating the cooling operation. You may hear rapid repetitive clicking sounds as the unit switches from cooling one compartment to cooling the other. This sound is normal.

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