For the most accurate and complete answer please reply with a model number. The main suspects would be air movement, dampner motor or compressor. If the noise only last a short time I suspect the dampner motor. If the noise continues while the unit is running then the fans or compressor may be the cause of the noise. Please rely with a model number for a more detailed answer. If there seem to be any cooling problems or the noise is so loud it botheres you then call and schedule a service call.
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