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HISSING SOUND FROM FRIDGE FREEZER

OUR LG GR-L206CPQA IS MAKING A HISSING SOUND. THERE MAY BE A DARK COLOURED STICKY LIQUID THAT HAS COME FROM IT HOWEVER WE CANNOT BE SURE THIS LIQUID HAS COME FROM THE FRIDGE/FREEZER. NO OTHER IDEAS AS TO WHY IT IS MAKING THIS NOISE - HAVENT HAD ANY PROBLEMS WITH IT

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    I started defrosting my freezer (it was completely iced up) and at one stage as some of the ice came loose a hissing sound started... which stopped about 20 mins later... what does this mean?

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I poked a hole in the freezer with my knife while trying to defrost it. Now it is making a constant hissing sound. what should I do? is this dangerous?

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If the hissing sound is intermittent, maybe two or three times a day, the sound may be the defrost heater, located in the freezer section, melting the frost off the evaporator. Since the unit is working okay, I would suspect the defrost heater as the source of the noise. This sound would be a normal function of the unit and nothing to worry about.

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LG French Door Fridge LRFC25750 has a code 88 888 on temp monitor and not cooling. Have unplugged for 5 hours and replugged with no difference. Help

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