Question about GE Refrigerators
Check to see if bottom freezer has not iced over, the back panel at rear of freezer has a small fan in it to circulate air and if the freezer coil in frozen /iced over the fan will hit the coil making loud noise. Fan is supposed to stop when the door is opened . Noise from the fan could be a bearing problem if it is a high pitched squeal. If this is the condition you have, replacing the evaporator fan should correct the problem. If the fan is sounding like a buzz-saw the fan blade could be pushed in to far on its shaft or it could be hitting an ice build-up in the blade turning area.
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Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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