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OCCURRENCE
SOLUTION
Loudersoundlevelswhenever
Modernfreezershaveincreasedstoragecapabilitiesandmoreeven
freezeris ON
temperatures.
Theyrequirea highefficiencycompressor.
Whenthe
surroundingnoiselevelis low,youmighthearthecompressor
running
while
it cools the interior.
Louder
sound
levels
when
Freezer
operates
at higher
pressures
during
the start
of the ON cycle.
compressor
comes
ON
This is normal.
Sound
will
level off or disappear
as freezer
continues
to
run.
Popping
or cracking
sound when
Metal parts
undergo
expansion
and contraction,
as in hot
water
pipes.
compressor
comes
ON
This is normal.
Sound
will
level off or disappear
as freezer
continues
to
run.
Bubbling
or gurgling
sound,
like
Refrigerant
(used to cool freezer)
is circulating
throughout
the system.
water
boiling
This is normal.
Vibrating
or rattling
noise
Moisture
forms
on inside freezer
walls
Moisture
forms
on outside
of
freezer
Odor
in freezer
Door
will not close
Light
bulb
is not on
Freezer
is
not level,
tt rocks
on the floor
when
it is
moved
slightly.
Level the unit. Refer to "Leveling"
in the First Steps section.
Floor
is uneven
or weak.
Freezer
rocks
on the floor
when
it is moved
slightly.
Be
sure
floor
can
adequately
support
freezer.
Level
the
freezer
by putting
wood or metal shims
under part of the freezer.
Freezer
is touching
the wall. Level the freezer
or move freezer slightly.
Refer to "Leveling"
in the First Steps section.
Weather
is hot and humid,
which
increases
internal
rate of frost
build-
up. This is normal.
Door is slightly
open. See OCCURRENCE"Door
Problems".
Door is kept open too long, or is opened
too frequently.
Open the door
less often.
Door
is slightly
open,
causing
the cold air from
inside the freezer
to
meet
warm
moist
air
from
outside.
See
OCCURRENCE
"Door
Problems".
Interior
needs
to be cleaned.
Clean
interior
with
sponge,
warm
water
and baking soda.
Foods with strong odors are in the freezer.
Cover the food tightly.
Freezer
is not level, tt rocks on the floor when it is moved slightly.
This
condition
can force
the cabinet
out of square
and misalign
the door.
Refer to "Leveling"
in the First Steps section.
Floor
is uneven
or weak.
Freezer
rocks
on the floor
when
it is moved
slightly.
Be
sure
floor
can
adequately
support
freezer.
Level
the
freezer
by putting wood
or metal
shims
under the freezer
or brace the
floor supporting
the freezer.
Light bulb is burned
out.
Follow directions
under
"Interior
Light" in the
"Freezer
Features"
section.
No
electric
current
is
reaching
the
freezer.
See
OCCURRENCE
"Freezer
does not run".
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