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Sounds like there is a woodpecker in my fridge. ...about every 5 minutes. What is it?

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SOURCE: woodpecker sound every 10 to 15 minutes

Check and see if nosie is coming from inside freezer or behind refrig. Make a big dif as to where it is coming from. Also need to know if it only does it late at night or all the time.

Best way to tell if it is inside freezer is to open the freezer door, hold in on the light switch(s) for about three min. or so and see if you hear it. If it is there, then you either have a defrost prob and ice is building up around evap fan or you have a bad evap fan.

If from the back of unit, then pull rear metal cover on lower back and see if you hear it there. You may have a varmit that got caught between fan blade and housing..... be careful....you can get hurt or electrical shocking....

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

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