Question about GE Profile Arctica Stainless Steel Top Freezer Refrigerator
The top freezer is making a loud buzzing sound. and only stops when you open the door. We think it's an issue with the fan, because that's where to noise is coming from. How can I make that stop?
Yes it does sound like a issue for the fan. What i would do is look up the model on google and type in replacement fan. you should be able to find it that way. If this doesn't answer your problem please post again.
Please post what you do and how you did it. I look forward to your posts.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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Sounds like ice buildup around the fan that's inside the freezer. My lousy GE 3-door did that when the bottom freezer didn't get completely closed overnight, and everything behind the back panel, where the coils are froze up like an iceberg. I had to take the back panel off and melt it with a hair dryer.
See if you see any abnormal ice buildup, or if the refrig compartment is getting warm. That's usually a result of ice buildup. Another cause is a failure in the defrost cycle. It will freeze up after a couple days. This would usually be the defrost timer.
Oct 23, 2007 | Refrigerators
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