Question about Refrigerators
Noisy fan in the freezer compartment. Pull the refer out, unplugged it and cleaned all the dust possible on the fan and "grates". Looked nice when done. Still had that "bad fan" noise as the freezer cycled about every 5 minutes. I can find that fan without tearing everything apart.
I left the door open to long looking for that fan and now the frig (compressor?) has shut itself down.
Two questions 1. will the compressor reset itself and start working again? 2. where is that freezer fan?
Thanks for your help
I had the same problem, but it was ice that had formed around the fan housing. I had to take the cover off the freezer back and chip out the ice. Now no more noise!!!
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
The compressor should reset it self and the fan you just have to dig behind the rear panel for it chances are the blade is rubbing the shroud
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