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Our wine cooler is making a loud noise. We

Our wine cooler is making a loud steady noise. It is about 2 yrs old. We haven't left it plugged in long enough to determin whether it is still cooling.

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I got the same model,the noise from the lower back,u can remove the fan out & determine the noise from easy,the bottom have two bolts,easy to remove it.gd luck for u

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