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 Posted: Sun Aug 6th, 2006 10:56 pm
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alexander
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I have a six year old kenmore fridge and when the compressor turns off there is a loud clunk like a cabinet door slamming.  How difficult is it to replace the compressor if that is indeed what is needed and what tools are required?  or is this a job better left to a pro.  Thank you.

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Sounds like a broken spring inside your compressor. Not a job for do it yourselfers. Learn to love the sound. When you quit hearing it, you'll have the opportunity to spend some money on a new fridge. But,I've seen these  last a long time,so don't panic.

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thanks for the heads up. 

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Still clunking?  Mine has developed a clunk too, I wonder how long it has left...

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hanta wrote: Still clunking?  Mine has developed a clunk too, I wonder how long it has left...

No way to tell really. 
Could be a month, could be 4 years........just like this original thread.

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