The typical whine noise from Evap fan comes and goes, now no water to the front.
We have been hearing the same whine everyone else is experiencing. It comes and goes. Yesterday the water stopped coming out of the nozzle in the door, and when you put a glass in place and make the switch, the lights on the item selection and the curtesy light would dim. The ice box was full, but it would not produce ice thru the flapper and the auger would not rotate to help dispense the ice. So far I checked the obvious; I am getting water supply to the filter, out of the filter, down to the valves, and at first I was only getting water out to the ice maker (but that took about 15mins after plugging it back in). I was checking voltage at the water valve solenoids and was getting 80VAC at the ice maker solenoid, but on the water side I was getting 2VAC. I decided to take a look at the water dispensing area, and check connections. Everything looked okay, I decided to remove the light and see if maybe it was causing an issue. When I pulled the light, I noticed the water nozzle dripped water for a second. So I stock a glass under there and made the switch and bingo I have water! I still could not get the ice to dispense but the box is empty at the moment. I am thinking this is a Main Board problem not producing the right voltages, or a solenoid some where is pulling my voltages down. I supposed it could be the Evap motor burned up and is pulling the voltages down. I haven't tried to unplug that fan motor yet to see if that makes any change in function. Any experts want to comment to help pinpoint? I don't like to just throw parts at something, I'd rather try to pinpoint something first. If someone has some experience with this same issue and could say YES it's a Main Board, or a solenoid pulling my voltages down that would help. Thanks for any help.
Re: The typical whine noise from Evap fan comes and goes,...
Yeah the thermistor wire that needs to be cut is for different model fridges...there were quite a few and mine did not fall into the category based off of the Model number. Thanks for helping me confirm the problem.
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Re: The typical whine noise from Evap fan comes and goes,...
Well mike i wish i could be of more help with this but ill try .ikow the whine requires a kit counting a new mother bd and fan i also know that they had issues with the dispenser bd but i don't have access to their technical data yet to check your model and serial # to see if you are in that group what id suggests is call ge technical not cust assistance although they could hook you to them but technical ass so they can run your model and serial to see if new kits are needed hope that helps
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Noise coming from water pump when engine is running, very slow or virtually no circulation of coolant in the radiator. To hear if the water pump bearing is going out..Take a long screwdriver or tire iron and touch and hold against water pump while engine is running, put ear to other end..works like a stethoscope..just be careful you have it in a steady place on water pump so belt doesn't turn it into a projectile! if you feel like its the water pump, take serpentine belt off and see if pulley on water pump has any play up or down or front to back, and spin with hand should spin freely...if has play or doesn't spin freely or you can hear, usually a kind of whining noise coming from water pump, it needs replacing. The water pump also has a small hole onthe bottom side, if the diaphragm in waterpump goes bad it will usually have a slow steady drip coming from the hole. Have you had the radiator pressure tested?
could be the ice maker or the evaporator fan motor.you can try lifting the arm up on the ice maker and see if it stops,this will shut off the ice maker.also when you open the freezer door to lift the arm on the ice maker the evap fan motor should start when you open the door,you should hear it blowing around,is this the noise you hear?these are the two things i can think of that could make a noise up top,if not it could be the compressor or the condenser fan motor but these are down the bottom back of machine but still could be the problem,if the ice maker and evap fan motor both in the freezer are ok pull out the machine and remove the bottom back panel and check to see if the noise is coming from there where the condenser fan motor and compressor are,you're going to have to do some detective work to find the noise,hope this helps you out.
I have a 1995 xj6....same problem. I replaced the belts, water pump, and the alternator. Still does it. As I play with the tension on the belt (belt that drives water pump, alternator) it goes away and comes back. If I remove the belt, the metal to metal screech stops. I then, with just the belt, turned the main pulley on the front of the engine, and there was the sound! The main pulley has 2 belts that run on it. Also, 2 pulley tracks. They SHOULD move simultaneously and be super meshed. But the rear one moves on its own under tension until it warms up and I guess, the bushing maybe expands. Now.....how do I fix it??????
Typical problem in most computers, the fan is experiencing a "burn out." This means there is either something caught in the fan causing it to create noise, or the motor is going bad. there are two fixes for this problem.
1) open you computer's case according to its manual and remove the system cooling fan and give it a thorough cleaning.
2) you may need to replace the cooling fan with its recommended replacement model.
The color wheel is the most common problem when it comes to noise from DLP's.
To determine if it is a color wheel or fan:
Turn on the set.
When the noise starts, turn off the set. If the noise goes away within 5 seconds, then the color wheel is bad. If the noise goes away after one to one and a half minutes after the set was shut off, then one of the fans are making the noise.