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Freezer problems, and fridge too.

Freezer not cold at all, and refrigerator not as cold as it should be, it makes a buzz noise every 5 minutes or so... any ideas?

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  • rtrex56 Oct 12, 2008

    No frost, fan is running, it makes a buzz noise every 5 min os so. I turned it off for an hour yesterday, and now I'm waiting for it to get cold...but I don't think it'll happen.

  • jsr0235 Dec 26, 2008

    i have same problem only i unplug unit for 10-15 hours and i have no problems for approx. 30 days then it starts over again by getting warm. i think i may have a defrost problem but not sure what part to change? any help is appreciated.

  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    i have the same problem. it buzzez every 5 minutes and it does not get cold. I called around and everyone tells me it's the compressor. To replace the compressor is 500 to 700 hundred dollars. any suggestions for a cheaper route?

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Is there frost on the back wall?can you hear the fan running?let me know more-mike

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