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Sounds like the evaporator fan is doing its job. Nothing to worry about. Good hearing is a blessing all fridges make different sounds some click loud while others gurgle loud. Some pop and snap. Till I got my hearing aids I didn't know mine ran so loud and clicked.
good day!first and foremost, in most freezers, the highest freezing point is 7.in regards with the water dripping from the air vent hole, you have to minimize your your freezing setting to the middle.turn it to 3 or 4 freezing point.
- Loose flooring or floor not firm. - Cabinet not level. - Tubing in contact with cabinet, other tubing or other metal. - Drip tray vibrating. - Fan hitting another part or worn fan motor bearings. Unplug the unit and rotate fan manually by your finger. - Compressor mounting grommets worn or missing; mounting hardware loose or missing. - Free or loose parts causing or allowing noise during operation - Check compressor it may contact with tubing or other parts. - Check the body of your unit is not touching the wall or other object.