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Freezer side is making an extremely loud humming sound. Ice maker is working fine. No ice buildup anywhere in the freezer that we can see. Loud humming goes on for a few minutes each hour.


Hey Joanne, I appreciate your inquiry!

Based off my understanding the freezer side of your Frigidaire refrigerator is making a loud humming noise. The humming sound could be coming from your compressor. If the sound is a new development it may be a possible issue with the fan pushing further against the wall. You may need to seek help from a professional technician for proper diagnosis and repair. This will help you from purchasing any unnecessary parts. Hope this information is helpful to you. -Matt

Dec 30, 2015 | Frigidaire FRS23W3A Side by Side...

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My Maytag MFD2560HES bottom fridge is making a loud humming noise.


Any time there is the sound of humming it is important to locate where the noise is coming from. Sometimes fans wear to a point that at one speed the sound as if humming. Sometimes compressors hum with more catastrophic results. Because your model is a bottom freezer it would be a good idea to open drawer to freezer and see if the sound is from fan in freezer or if pulled away from wall is the sound the fan or compressor area? I believe I will be able to locate a service manual but I will need you to help me pinpoint the location of the loud sound so we can get the sounds back to normal. Let me know if you are able to try that and what you find, Sea Breeze

Mar 23, 2010 | Maytag MFD2560HES Bottom Freezer French...

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Fridge not making usual humming sound


I had a same problem, However the fan in the freezer seems stop and the freezer compartment is melting. Its a double door LG with 270 ltrs.

Mar 11, 2010 | LG LRTBC1825T Top Freezer Refrigerator

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Sears Kenmore Upright freezer is Making a loud humming sound


change the rubber washers on the compressor should work a treat...

Feb 05, 2010 | Kenmore 13.7 cu. ft. / 388 liter Upright...

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My fan in my freezer makes a humming sound


it;s best to replace the fan / or find why the noise . it will probably stop due to this problem. and you may loose food . noises generaly are the first clues . and like i'v said before . if you can hear it it's running . but if your cant it may have quit . . then not cool and food loss . **** / hope this helped mm / feed back pls .

Jan 16, 2010 | GE Hotpoint Top-Freezer Refrigerator

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New humming/rumbling vibration sound from the freezer


There is a fan behind the rear cover inside the freezer. It may be hitting ice buildup which would indicate a defrost system problem.

Aug 14, 2009 | Refrigerators

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Trio: humming and temp in freezer rising


It sounds like the condensor fan motor is seizing up. This is the fan that cools the compressor down. Does the outside of the fridge feel excessively hot to touch? Can you feel air being circulated under the fridge or behind the fridge? It could also be a faulty defrost timer. Try to identify where the buzzing is coming from and if it is the condensor fan you can put a normal standing fan behind the fridge, blowing onto the compressor untill the repairman can get to you.

Oct 29, 2007 | Kenmore 24.8 cu. ft. TRIO Bottom Freezer...

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