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When defrosting, what causes loud banging noises?

Hello David;

My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.

The noise is coming from one of two places.

1.) Freezer Fan - The fan may be hitting ice. After defrosting the noise will disappear.
2.) Compressor Flapper Valves - Remove the cover to expose the compressor. Plug the unit back in. If the compressor starts jumping unplug the unit. Check the rubber bushings where the compressor is bolted down. Are the bolts loose? Is the rubber torn off? If the compressor is secure, then you have a bad compressor.

Dec 30, 2014 | Freezers

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Freezer makes really loud noise

You need someone to check the fans and where the noise is coming from before the repair cost you a lot of money because of damage it can cause. The fan may be hitting ice in the freezer or out of balance because it is worn out. No one can hear what you hear and someone will need to be there to check these things out, Sea Breeze

Jun 10, 2013 | Frigidaire Freezers

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Unit is off and will not come back have checked power source and it is ok.

does the compressor make any noise at all? If not, there is a control problem. If it does make noise I need further info and details. Let me know.

Jan 19, 2011 | Turbo Air 49 cu. ft. / 1388 liter...

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Freezer model FCF88W when started up for the first time it sounded like it was gurgling. It gave the impression that water was running Setting is on number 4 for initial start up and the unit got up to...

well i hope when you got this unit and put it in the place were its going to live in for its life you let it stand for a good fuw hours before you powerd it up??? thay need to stand to let the compresor oil and freezer gas find there way to the bottom of the unit,,,if not,,,well naughty you!!! smack your legs!!
but dont worry about the noise its normal for it to gurgle,,,,its the freezer gas being pumped around the unit,, if its freezing its working ok,,and not that it is you can run it at were ever you like,,,up to flat out if you wont to make ice sheets for mountains????
and by the way some times mine sounds like a very hungry hippo,,,especilally in the middle of the night,,, and it keeps me awake!!!

Jun 27, 2010 | Franklin Freezer Chef FIM70 Commercial Ice...

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It makes a very loud noise most of the time

First determine if the noise is from inside or outside of the freezer. If it is louder inside, and you have a frost free freezer, it is usally your evaporator fan motor. If the noise is behind and underneath you unit, then you need to pull the backing plate off, if it has one and determine if the noise is coming from the condensor fan motor, ( if it has one), or from the compressor itself. It usually is compressor and is definitely not worth repairing unless it is under a 5 year sealed system warrantee. Good Luck

Dec 10, 2009 | Hoover Freezers

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Our refrigerator/freezer was making a clicking noise this morning and then the temperature started getting warmer. Now it's not cooling at all. It's only (4) yrs old.

pull the unit out
unplug it
take off the back panal
on the compressor it self
you will see the wires connected to the relay and overload
if you pull them off the compressor give em a shake
if you hear a rattle thats your problem
ohhh it does not need to rattle , but you can ohm it out to check but those are your problems

Oct 09, 2009 | Freezers

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GE Profile Side by Side - PSS26lsrc - Unit whistles - like wind noise. Also does not produce as much ice as it used to. Need to pres 'quick ice' to get it to make ice.

I know of two things which can cause the noise. Since it hasn't always made the noise I would guess the motherboard is making it. Try to pinpoint the noise. Your motherboard is on the back. Part 801 on this diagram. If this is where the noise is coming from and you can put up with the noise, you can wait till you have more trouble with it.
Another cause I've seen is because of the unique shape of the condenser coil. With the air pulled through it it can make a noise. It may help to clean the coil which may also help the ice situtation. It's part 730 on the diagram.

Sep 08, 2009 | Freezers

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My freezer stopped freezing and is making a loud buzzing noise with the red light on at the bottom. Cant sleep HELP

the loud buzzing is the freezer high temp alarm. dont know why its warm though.
make sure you don't store anything on top of or on the sides of the unit as the condenser of most freezers are buried in the walls of the unit and it will over heat the compressor. if unit is in a hot garage this will compound the problem.

Jul 02, 2009 | Frigidaire 20.3 cu. ft. Upright Freezer...

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Brand new unit, compressor noise.

Since I could get no one to tell me about new freezer compressor making buzzing noise while on, I had the store come a pick it up and give me my money back.

Apr 28, 2009 | Frigidaire 12.8 cu. ft. Chest Freezer...

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Buzzing noise -Kyoto KU 9577 Freezer

you may have a bad compressor or a bad compressor relay. The buzzing noise sounds like the compressor trying to start but can't. Unplug the unit and pull the relay off the compressor. If it rattles like gravel in side it replace the relay. If it doesn't then you may need to call a repairman to check the compressor. Hope this helps.

Apr 11, 2009 | Freezers

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