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I have already emptied out not only the door but the entire refrigerator as well.
Even so the noice continues. At times I do not hear the noice if I close the door very slowly but again that's only half of the times.
Hope this helps you.
It sounds that the noice comes from the bottom part of the refrigerator which in this model houses the motor. By the way, I do clean the compressor area regularly.
I removed to bottom covers, shook the coil and the copper tube that provides water to the ice maker. From all indications and after opening and closing the door for about a dozen times I did not hear any rattling noise. So, the good news is no noise but I cannot tell you specifically what exactly did it so that both of us we know why. It really does not matter to me as long as the noise is gone for good. In any event, thanks for you patience and help.
Even though the noise stoped for a but it started again. Any other suggestions? Also, no matter what the outcome my $24 deposit is for you. In fact, I believe I clicked the proper box. In eny event, please let me know if you have any other suggestions.
I'll give your suggestions a try and see what happens. For sure it is not the front cover or the fan blade so I'll work with the water line.
It appears that neither the coils nor the water line are generating the noise which continue the same.
Please let me know if you have any other suggestions.
I did pus the refrigerator to one side but the noise continues as before. Maybe it's time to call a repareman in the area to at least listen to the noise and see what he has to say.
Can you recomend someone in this area around the San Jose California area that is familiar with the Sub Zero refrigerators?
Thanks Larry, I'll keep pushing the refrigerator in different directions while I'm looking for a technician in the area