Question about Refrigerators
Check that the thermostat isn't stuck. Also check the child lock. Unexplained beeping is usually caused by something being in the wrong position.
If there are no problems with operating the thermostat and the child lock, turn off the refrigerator and unplug it from the wall. Wait five minutes. Then plug it in again and turn it on. This ought to cure any beeping caused by a minor fault with the circuit board.
If that doesn't work, there may be a problem with the wiring, which should be fixed by an engineer.
Hope that helps a bit. Good luck!
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