Question about Jenn-Air JCB2388G Side by Side Refrigerator
The noise was coming from inside the refridgerator compartment, upper right hand corner. The only part I can see is up there in the schematic is the temperature control. The noise would occur a couple times a day for anywhere from ~ten seconds to several minutes.
Note that everything was working fine in both the fridge and freezer when the unit was making noise. Now the unit has stopped making the buzzing sound. The freezer still works fine, but the fridge is now longer staying cold. So it does n ot seem to be the compressor or compressor relay.
My guess is the temperature control unit in the refridgerator has died, but I am surprised it would make any noise, especially a buzzing sound that can be heard throughout the house. Does my prognoses sound correct?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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