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While defrosting, the water on heat element making sucha hissing sound. No need to worry about it. Please check the drain pipe is plugged with ice or food debris or dusty. That is the common reason for water leak. To help to solv the water leak, follow this video. Thanks.
Clean the condenser located under the unit. This may help. However, more serious problems involve refrigeration leaks shorted thermistors and non running fan motors. All are common. I recommend an authorized Subzero tech for this unit if cleaning the condenser does not help.
The problem could be one of many. Make sure the condencer is clean and that the condencer fan is working. Make sure the light is going off when the door is closed by pushting the door light switch in. Next the compressor would need checking and then the most likely is that your low on freon which most likely means a new refrig evaporater .
The only thing I can think of that you may be hearing would be if the compressor has a problem. If you notice cooling performance decrease or it stops cooling, I believe you will find the compressor has bad internal valves. It will probably take a technician to properly diagnose this and if the compressor has this problem the only answer is to replace the compressor.
I hope this helps, supertechks
More than likely you let the refrigerant out. Is there an oily residue? If so you definitely punctured the evaporator. It's time consuming and expensive to properly repair a standard refrigerator sealed system and maintain the chemical stabilty that will prevent future problems. But with those tiny units priced as they are, it's always cheaper to replace them.