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Trouble with freezer fan

The fan at the bottom of my integrated freezer is permanently on. Is this correct?

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  • mattnoone Jul 26, 2009

    Thanks. The only problem is that its a brand new ex-display model that I bought off MFI, so it wont be on warranty. When I first plugged it in the fan casing was in pieces, which I bought back together. The noise doesnt sound like its broken it just sounds like an industrial sized air conditioning unit!

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Usually, yes. It should be very quiet, so if it sounds loud enough for you to hear it easily it may need replacement- if that fan breaks, everything in the freezer will melt.

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  • StanStihl Jul 26, 2009

    Well, in my experience, the fan is usually quiet... if it seems to be blowing hard then it's probably fine... perhaps it is vibrating in the housing a little bit, or a mounting screw is a little loose, or something like that.




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