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Re: dual cooling fridge feezer top part of fridge warmer...
You're frosting up. Either the box is set too cold or you've got a moisture problem which requires a full defrost. The fan noise is the blades hitting ice. Leave the unit open and off for a day or more and then start with standard factory settings. Avoid open liquids and window shopping inside your fridge.
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The refrigerator half of a refrigerator/freezer does not produce any cold! The refrigerator is cooled by transferring air from the freezer to the fridge. The fridge temperature setting controls a flapper between the freezer and the fridge. There should be a fan which blows air from the freezer into the fridge (through the damper).
If the ice forming in the freezer is concealing the cooling coil and air can not move through the coils, then the overall result will be a warm freezer (even though there may be ice in one location) and a warmer yet fridge. This can be tested by unplugging the fridge and allowing a complete thaw. If the ice is the cause of the problem, then it should work for a short while until it freezes up improperly again
This sounds like an air flow issue, If your freezer fan is running still you may have a defrost problem starting in the freezer cooling coils. This will cause the cold from the freezer to back flow into the bottom of the fridge and only the lower half of the freezer to keep very cold. Most likely culprit for defrost issues would be the terminating thermostat (inside freezer behind back wall and clips to top of coils). Good luck and let me know if you need more help!
it could be that your cooling fan gets noisy at times and stops for a while you could try to put oil on the shaft behind the fan this will help when it does get noisy pull the fridge kisten to the motor if noisy replace it its not to expencive about 40.00 dollaresthanks from gilles
Most of f&p make this noise its most annoying,
but could also be ice buildup on the fan blades,
creaking and cracking is normal as the pipes expand and contract is these thin foamwall fridges, not nice fridges, insulation has been compromised to lower cost, they work twice as hard at keeping cool