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THE FAN IS IMPEDING AIR FLOW AND MAY HAVE AN ICE BUILD UP DUE TO A DEFROST PROBLEM? OR THE FAN PROPELLER HAS BROKEN

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SOURCE: THE FAN ON THE FRIDGE HAS BECOME NOISY OVER THE

the only fix for a noisy fan is to replace it.

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SOURCE: motor noisy, stops when open refrigerator door

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SOURCE: Fridge section not cold

open evaporator fan & clean.

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