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Re: ref light bulbs wh-pool GS5SHA
Your refrigerator has two sets of electronic control boards. One is inside and works to adjust temperature and to communicate with the other below and behind the refrigerator. They both have relays that if bad could cause the sounds you hear. It would be ok to pull it away from the wall and open bottom cover and listen to see if the sound is coming from the lower control board. If yes we need to examine the board after unplugging the power to refrigerator. let me know if the board is the reason or if while there you find something different, Thanks, Sea Breeze
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smart or learn button is located on the back of the garage door opener. (the machine that is over your head) on most units such as liftmaster, craftsman, chamberlin. its on back or side by the light bulb and is green, yellow, orange/red, purple. genie units are black button behind light cover. or external on old units. push and hold your cars homelink button will blink slow, at the same time push and hold the remote for the garage door. led light in car will blink fast. let both go. now go to the garage door head unit, (overhead) and push the learn button. button will blink and you have 30 sec. to go to car and push the cars garage door button. head unit should flash its light, letting you know that it is programed succesfully. genie units push 3 times
I had the same problem. There is a main controller board at the bottm of the refrigerator near the back by the compressor motor. One of the components on the board shorted out and the board had to be replaced. Total cost about $150.
Sounds like the freezer fan blade is hitting on a build up of ice or frost. You may have a defrost issue, or it may be a one time thing, like the door was open for a long time (object holding door partially open) or also check the ice dispenser duct door to make sure it is closing. Sometimes a chunk of ice hangs up in the ice shoot, allowing moist air to enter freezer, resulting in the extra frost / ice near the freezer fan. You might also check the door gaskets, especially the bottom side where sugary liquid spills might cause a gasket to tear. #2: Long run times: If cooling is good, don't worry. Older refrig's often ran less time, but used much more electricity than the newer refrig's, even though new one run longer. (Like having a 40 watt light bulb on for 20 hours a day uses less electricity than having a 100 watt bulb on for 10 hours a day)
YOU MAY HAVE A BAD LIGHT BULB, SOCKET OR LIGHT SWITCH. TRY WIGGLING THE SWITCH TO SEE IF THERE IS ANY CHANGE IN THE BULB INTENSITY. IF NO CHANGE, TRY REPLACING THE LIGHT BULB. IF NO CHANGE, THE SOCKET NEEDS REPLACED.
that because the internal fan is hiting the ice or has bad bushings you can hear the noise just with the door close because when you open the door there is a switch the one turns off the internal fan so when you close the door it turn on the fan again if you wants to hear that with the door open just open the door and push the botton swich with your fingers and you'll hear the noise