Question about Amana Refrigerators
The noise you hear is most likely the self defrost cycle. Have the evaporator motor checked out. Deforst the refridgerator for twelve hours and then check to see if the noise goes away
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
The problem may be caused due to a damaged noisy refrigerator compressor. A compressor is a single part, without any other moving part and is football sized. It is usually black in color and situated at the bottom with some tubes or wires attached to it. If this compressor is making noise, which will generally be loud enough, it needs to be repaired by a professional. The compressor might also be needed to be replaced and of course, it is quite expensive.
The next cause of noisy refrigerator can be the condenser fan. Dust and debris can jam the fan blades leading to improper functioning of the fan leading to a noisy refrigerator. Generally the fan is covered by a thin panel. In order to fix this fan and hence the noisy refrigerator, first of all unplug it. Now remove the panel and clean the blades using a small cloth or a toothbrush. If you find that there is no lint or debris collected over the fan blades, its motor needs to be replaced.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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