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My Samsung refrigerator (rf263aebp) was making an awful buzzing noise in the rear after only 1 year. I solved the problem by loosening the rear panel that covers the fan. Apparently, it was too tight and was rubbing on something (the fan?) and causing the noise.
I found that when this happens the fan on the compressor has failed. it is very easy to replace and I have had to replace it twice. The fan is located at the bottom of the back of the refrigerator on the compressor. all you have to do is remove the aluminum bottom panel and the fan is sitting right on the the compressor. generally when you purchase the fan motor the fan is not included but just pull the fan off the old motor and put it on the new one. this is probably a 20 minute job the first time and a 10 minute job the second time.
another sympton of this problem is the ice maker will stop producing ice.
Hi I have same unit. Problem is the fridge circulator fan gradually ices up, becomes noisy and then stops when frozen up. To fix quickly you need to remove all shelves drawers etc, then unfasten lower panel fixings and find the whole back is full of ice including the fan. Remove panel , and de-ice fan etc until fan rotates freely. Replace and all will be OK. Otherwise empty and defrost normally but be prepared for a long wait Don't call an engineer he will just do same. Hope this helps
Sounds like the door heater has gone bad. You will need to pull off both the fridge and the freezer door panels and see which heating element has gone bad. This heater is to make sure that your doors do not ice up. But once they go bad they can be a pain to replace and repair.
Generally, in my experience, the loud screeching is caused by one of the fan motors or fan blades. There is a fan inside the cabinet (possiblle two, one on the freezer and one on the refrigerator side). Also, there is a fan underneath the unit near the compressor (probably in the back).
If the screeching is coming from underneath then pull the unit out from the wall and remove the cardboard cover at the bottom back. Now turn the unit on and check for where the screeching is coming from.
If it is the fan blade (hitting something) or the motor, you can remove these and replace them easily. UNPLUG THE REFRIGERATOR BEFORE TOUCHING ANYTHING UNDERNEATH THE BACK OF THE REFRIGERATOR.)
You have the fan problem. Full the refrigerator out and open the lower back cover you will see you fan is almost become bad. If you apply WD1040 oil you can use it about 3 more months. Then It will die out. I think you better change it now or later on you refrigerator become hot and hotter. If you are careless, you can get burn you skin. I had this problem. Frist, the fan made noise on and off. I applied oil into the motor. It was working about 3 months then I died out. The front end of refrigerator become a heater.
Go to online partstore.com and buy a fan with your fan model.