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TROUBLESHOOTING
Clicking
The defrost control will click when the
Normal Operation
Rattling
Normal Operation
Floor is weak or uneven or leveling
legs need to be
adjusted.
See the Door Alignment
section.
Normal Operation
Whooshing
Normal Operation
Normal Operation
Gurgling
Normal Operation
Popping
Normal Operation
Sizzling
Normal Operation
Vibrating
To eliminate
the noise, make sure that the sides and
back cannot vibrate against
any wall or cabinet.
Normal Operation
Normal Operation
Dripping
Pulsating or High-Pitched
Sound
automatic
defrost
cycle begins and ends.
The thermostat
control
(or refrigerator
control
on some
models) will also click when
cycling on and off.
Rattling
noises
may come from the flow
of
refrigerant,
the water
line on the back of the
unit, or items stored on top of or around the
refrigerator.
Refrigerator
is not resting
solidly
on the floor.
Refrigerator
with
linear compressor
was
jarred while
running.
Evaporator
fan motor is circulating
air
through
the refrigerator
and freezer
compartments.
Air is being forced over the condenser
by
the condenser
fan.
Refrigerant
flowing
through
the cooling
system.
Contraction
and expansion
of the inside
walls due to changes in temperature.
Water dripping on the defrost
heater during
a defrost
cycle.
If the side or back of the refrigerator
is
touching
a cabinet or wall, some of the
normal vibrations
may make an audible
sound.
Water running into the drain pan during the
defrost
cycle.
Your refrigerator
is designed
to run more
efficiently
to keep your food items
at the
desired temperature.
The high efficiency
compressor
may cause your new refrigerator
to run longer than your old one, but it is still
more energy efficient
than previous models.
While the refrigerator
is running,
it is normal
to hear a pulsating
or high-pitched
sound.
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