Question about Refrigerators
AM Noise is usually a sign of a poor ground somewhere in the wiring- I'd see if you could get some chicken wire, a voltage source- and form a Faraday cage in the room to see if that stops interference. Another thing is to have an electrician (or you if you are so inclined!) check and make certain that your wiring is properly grounded.
I'd also see if you could run your refrigerator on an UPS (basically a way to condition the power since it would have its own ground and would essentially remove the issue of a poor ground, but it would still be there lurking....)
I'd say the issue is in the wiring of the house- and the best solution, if there is an issue with wiring- is to get a qualified electrician to check it out.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
It sounds like that you have a bad ground on the refrigerator receptacle. Or do not have a ground wire on that circuit. Check all of your ground wires. Including the ground from the ground bar in the electrical panel to the ground rod driven outside the house. This is a grounding issue. If you get the refrigerator grounded it should stop this frequency.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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