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LG Frig musical tone-why

We have an LG sidebyside, it is a few years old. In the last week I have noticed a very minor occational musical tone that it emits. I have checked and things look like everything is good, the water filter does need to be changed, do you have any idea what this tone is for?

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The musical tone is generally a door alarm letting you know the door is not closed all the way. I'm not sure about the LG sxs but their french door model has a service pointer about the lights not going out due to a bad door switch. 1st of all be sure your doors are closing properly then the next time you hear the alarm without opening the doors use a putty knife or butter knife and squeeze the seal back from the unit and see if the lights are still on in the refrig. you could have a misaligned door or bad switch..

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