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Whining noise from freezer

I get an intermediate high pitched whining or humming noise from the freezer, its annoying so i turn fridge off and on and it goes away can ya tell me what this is?? Refrigerator has a continuous whining noise coming from behind the icemaker

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Fan motor is bad and needs to be replaced.

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