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I installed my U-Line CO2175DWR with no problems, however the internal freezer fan gets very noisy at times, like an annoying buzzing bee flying overhead. At first I thought it to be the plactic guard, I removed it but still the same noise. Please help

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Well this unit is loud during operation. your case is bad freezer evaporator fan motor. if it is under one year , it will be cover by Warr. U-line ph #800-779-2547

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