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 Posted: Tue Dec 2nd, 2008 01:26 pm
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I'll sent my address shortly, thanks.

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tallone wrote: My email address is;   biff@..... com, thanks again for your help!

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The fridge is still running well since you guys helped me out.

:party:

Thank you! :)

I plan on replacing the relay this week.

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My fridge is making some loud clicking noises when the condensors turn on now. It just started recently (last 2 weeks). I know the power company has been replacing the underground lines and boxes/transformers in my development.

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Is this just normal wear and tear? Could a power surge or something damaged the fridge? There were a few scheduled power outages due to the work.

Considering the age of the fridge (21 yrs)... I don't want it to burn up or something!
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Please advise..

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P.S. Meanwhile my beer is still cold in the fridge! :party:

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When the condensers turn on??  Maybe the compressors turn on .......Locate the click noise, please.....

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Am i understanding correctly that you topped off the r12 charge with 134a? If so, im amazed its working, that is a major nono. The oils used with r12 and 134a aren't compatible with each other. The noise may be the compressor/s falling apart from the bad mix



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What do you mean by falling apart? Do you mean there is something mechanically wrong (parts breaking/not working) or physically wrong with the integrity of the tubing, compressor walls, etc. ?

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i cant say for sure because ive never tried mixing refrigerants like that, but i imagine it would be hard on the bearings inside the compressor. you really should try to pin down where the sound is coming from



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I used to have a 5X7 in (approx) booklet that was a troubleshooting guide for my 700 series Sub Zero. Now I've moved into a new house but with an older subzero side by side model 532. The homeowners warranty which was supposed to cover everything now doesn't cover the Sub Zero (I guess they changed the definition of everything while I was distracted writing the check) Is there a similar mini-manual for the 532 Model or do I need to request the pdf of the entire service manual so I can fix my icemaker?

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