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FREEZER SOUNDS VERY NOISY

SOUNDS LIKE FAN BROKEN IN FREZZER. NOISE STOPS WHEN DOOR IS OPEN SAME PROBLEM,FREEZER SOUNDS VERY NOISY WHEN DOOR IS CLOSE,AND STOPS WHEN DOOR IS OPEN
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  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    When the doors are closed the fan is very loud. When they are open the noise goes away

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Very loud noise like fan a fan but it quits when you open the doors

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Noise is there when the fridge dors are closed stops when the doors are open freezer door doesn't make any difference if it is open or closed the noise is still there

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    Steve S Apr 09, 2017

    Common Samsung problem with ice buildup on coils near fan. Fix: remove back panel defrost Coils, then move the frost sensor from right side of coils (clip on to coils sensor 2 wires) so that it continues defrosting if ice is present on coils by the fan. Just defrosting will only be a temporary fix. Ice will come back. Relocating sensor allows the defrost system to detect ice on coils near the fan and continue operating until fully defrosted.

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Fridge problem could be the fan is bad or that it is hitting ice. When the noise is kind of a buzzing like it is hitting ice...defrost your unit by unplugging and waiting a day or so for full melt out...then check your door gaskets for cleanliness and good seal.

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Posted on Mar 08, 2008

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    micromaster Mar 08, 2008

    Check the cooling fan behind the unit, behind the lower panel access.



    Or could be the bearings are probably wore out. If they get dry due to no lubrication they will whine while running. May just need a new fan motor.



    For such replacement:



    Replaced the cooling unit as a whole. The fan blades may be out of balance or cracked. If the motor has ben seezed for some time, you may want to replace it as well. The motor was $79 alone, but $89 for the entire unit.

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Hello sir

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  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 08, 2008

    this is a fan in the freezer that circulates the cold air between the FZ and FF sections.

    The fan motor may need to be replaced.

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