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The noise is coming from flow of refrigerant inside the sealed system, some brands you don't hear it or some brands are really loud. some Manufacture tried install sound detonator (putty like matetial) at the Evaporator inlet, it seems help a little bit, but I have no luck with it.
Good day, the reason it quites is the fan switch shuts off power to the evaporator fan motor, when the door is opened. You access that motor , by removing the back rear panel in the freezer compartment. Changing the motor is a nuts and bolts procedure.
It could be a fan motor growling, isolate the sound from freezer or refrig or the back. or during some refrigeration cycles the freon surging can also sound like water gushing or growling usually at start up though. The fans can be vibrating, hitting or going fast to slow dc motors.
if youre getting a funny noise, it might be the consenser and not the motor, or it could be the motor, either way a weird sound is a good sign of failure, or soon to fail. Have it checked by an experienced tech.