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take defrost the freezer it sounds like ice has builded up behind the door and it sounds like u may need a new door gasket or it didn't get closed all the way. here is something u can try to see if the gasket seals take a dollar bill put in the door frame shut the door if the dollar bill comes out easy the gasket is not sealing
could be just vacuum caused by temp diference if you shut hear noise then try to open quickly but is stuck shut try pushing seal so it breaks from surface. if door opens easy then this is normal on some makes. also be aware if frot free when you close door fan comes on. May be getting noisy bearings.
This is normal and nothing to worry about. The warm air that enters the freezer when the door is open simply cools and causes a pressure drop in the freezer whioch makes the door hard to open for a while until the pressure equalises. It at least proves that you have good door seals!
I have the exact same problem - very annoying. The only thing I found to work was to purchase one of those child safety locks. I bought the Kidco Appliance Fridge Lock S330 because it was the only one I could find that automatically relocks after you shut the door. Buy two (or more) at a time because the arm will eventually wear out and break (after several months depending on how often you use it). You can check out the product's details on eBay - that's where I purchased mine. Hope that helps.
trying to open door?? does it feel as if top wants to open ad bottom of door is being stuck shut? or mabye a package of frozen food has shifted of a shelf and is holding the door shut, if so brute force will solve that one.if it feels like held at bottom sounds as if youmight have a clogged defrost drain tube.drain water backing up onto freezer plor and holding door shut. even then forcing door open is only way then removing back panel of freezer will give you acess to drain trough, melt away the ice with a hair dryer, youll find a drain hole under there somwhere,pouring boiling water down the drain will clear it pretty quickly( i use a steam machine purchased from the infomercials works awesome, after you clear it and all water drain down tube wrap a piece of solid copper wirearound the heater( black calrod heater right above the drain trough) and stick it in the whole maybe an inch or so. now everythime the heater comes on to defrost it will prevent the hole from freezing over.
There is no lock. More than likely the Door is off track and needs to be reset or ice has set up in the track ceaseing the rails up. In any case this isn't easy you need to get your bottommount freezer door pulled open you may have to use some force and be very careful not to brake it there is alot of plastic. Once you get the door completely out of freezer unclip the rails from the plastice rails and reset the two gears (evenly) to make door shut right. Push metal rails all the way back to you hear a click. Then reverse steps to install freezer door.
The most common problem is the evaporator fan motor which is located behind the back panel of the freezer and it moves cold air up to the fridge. You will be able to hear it when you open the freezer door. May have to hold the light switch in the freezer shut for it to come on. If the fan is running feel for air flow out of the vent in the top middle of the fridge section. If you don't feel air and the fan is running then the damper motor behind that vent is bad. All of this is assuming that there is no frost buildup on the back panel of the freezer. If there is frost buildup then it is a defrost problem. Let me know what you find.