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Ice accumulation touching blower wheel

Tapping on cover in middle of freezer section dislodges ice and noise stopd

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Ice build up is probable caused buy water overflowing from ice maker tub and get in back wall

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Food freezing in Refrigerator Freezer ok. Westinghouse model wse6100wa. Have misplaced manual and need to know what temperature is correct and how to fix this problem.


There is a normal setting of the thermostat for the fridge and freezer and you can select the fridge setting to be lower than normal than what is set presently.
If there is no change then the thermostat is not cutting off the cooling and so there is no control of temperature within the fridge. Allow the lowest setting of the thermostat in the fridge section to confirm this fault.

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With ours it is ice collection on the fan in the freezer section. This is located about half way down under the icemaker (please unplug to proceed). If you remove the four hex head screws and lift up the metal flap you will find the fan assemble and most likely the ice build up to chip off.

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You appear to have a problem with the defrost components (defrost thermostat and/or heater(s)) located behind the freezer rear panel where all of the ice has built up.

Contact an appliance service company

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Our 8 year old refrigerator has recently begun making a continuous tapping sound. The sounds stops when you open the bottom freezer door.


the compresor fan is might make that sound or the fan in your freezer is tuching something like build up ice... see if you can reach it and clean it.

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If you only had ice buildup in one section of the evaporator you have a weak/inefficient compressor.
You need a new compressor or a new refrigerator.

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blower may not be working as efficiently as it should cause bad circulation of the chilled air.

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IF YOU HAVE THE SAME FREEZER AS MY MOM HAS THEN I MAY CAN HELP YOU OUT. FIRST OFF WHEN YOU OPEN THE FREEZER PORTION (SIDE BY SIDE STYLE) YOU WILL SEE THE ICE DISPENSER. TAKE THE PART OFF WHERE IS SHOWS YOU: TO MAKE ICE MAKE SURE ARM IS DOWN AND TO STOP MAKING ICE RAISE ARM. THAT IS A COVER THAT WILL COME OFF WITH NO TOOLS NEEDED. ONCE YOU OPEN THIS YOU WILL SEE A METAL FRAME WITH A WHEEL IN THE MIDDLE THAT SAYS DO NOT TURN BY HAND. LOOK IN THE MIDDLE OF THE WHEEL AND SEE IF THE ROD IS BROKEN (FOR EXAMPLE MY MOMS HAD A CLIP ON THE ROD THAT WAS BROKE AND WOULD NOT ALLOW THE DIAL TO SPIN WHICH THEN MAKES THE ICE MACHINE SCOOP THE ICE OUT OF THE BOX) CHECK THIS WHEEL TO SEE IF IT IS STILL IN TACT. THIS COULD BE YOUR PROBLEM.

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Fan noise in freezer of my GE side-by-side refridgerator


You don't have to worry about the ice and frost, Your heater does that for you Your heater comes on and defrost every day. You just need to tighten the screws and clean up the vent where the noise is coming from but I wouldn't worry about it. The temperature on your fridge and freezer is running optimal, You know the saying, if it ain't broke, don't try to fix it....just tap the vent covers every few days.

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Vibrating noise from freezer/fridge?


take the cover off the fan in the freezer section and see if the fan blade is loose or hitting ice the blade just pushes on make sure the mountings are tight its probably the blade but you might need to replace the motor if i reamber correctly on the cover there is a screw at the bottom you remove then slide the cover up and its on hooks plastic hooks built on the cover ok

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