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Fridge whistle Our GSH25VGRE has an annoying whistle a lot of the time. It is loud enough to hear it 30 feet away. It goes away when the rpm on the fan drive in the freezer gets higher. Any clues

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You have a bad main computer board, its located in the rear of the frig

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