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Ice inside the freezer, doesn't make noise it use to make when closing the door

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Please answer a question is it a self defrosting unit. then i can help you. thank you james

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There is ice forming on the inside back wall of the freezer. What does this mean? Would it cause the refrigerator alarm (beeping noise) to go off?


It usually means that your door is either not closing properly or the seal is deformed. Moist air is getting in and condenses on the coldest surface at the back of the freezer. Check that the freezer is not too full (stopping door from closing fully) and check the door-seal.

Sometimes it is caused by icing of the thermostat. Ice is a good thermal insulator so the thermostat does not switch and the freezer keeps running constantly. Make sure there is adequate air circulation and no ice around the thermostat.

Defrosting usually fixes either problem.

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HI MIKE.may be its just jammed with ice.empty all and try empty first.might be making ice and solidifying due to water leak.(high pressure or valve) or motor gone.good luck Ali

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pull out the ice bin, and loook in back
there may be an ice build up around the lifter solenoid

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MY FREZER HAS FROST AROUND THE DOOR AND MOLD IS GROWING AROUND IT


You need to replace the door gasket. It's leaking air causing the frost.

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Door on new Kenmore freezer hard to open ... could this be a leveling problem? I wouldn't think it is an ice build-up problem since the freezer was only installed last Friday (9/24) and the ice maker is...


Check thoroughly for any obstructions, shipping tape, remaining pieces of plastic, in and around the doors, door frame, cabinet frame that the door contacts when closed, and around the upper and lower hinges. Do you hear any noises when opening or closing the door? Do you see the door rubbing on the inside liner as you open or close the door? Were the doors removed and replaced in moving? This last one, if it is the case, check the alignment at the upper hinges, loosen but dont remove the screws, and adjust the door away from center.

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Weird (Pressure Release) Noise After The Door Has Been Closed


The freezer being closed up tight and so cold can create a negative pressure inside. This negative pressure will cause the door to be very hard to open and could pull the door closed too quickly. Most manufactures today use small air valves the open and release as the door is being opened and closed. They are most often found on the bottom of the door itself or sometimes in the cabinet behind the back wall.

The noise is perfectly normal, my wife says it is there to alarm her when I am eating too many ice cream bars.....

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Maytag MFD2560HES - water flow restricted - noisy fridge


The flow of water is controlled by a solenoid. Thus magnetic -- rather electromagnet which mones the vale from open & close, both in the ice-maker & the water dispenser.
Thus the valve which is activated when door closes, must have lost its earlier condition and must be making an irritable buzz whenever its on. Simply get the Valve assembly replaced, preferably from their authorized service center closest to your place of residence.

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Ice Maker Making Noise


sounds like a noisy ice maker, is it making ice? about $100 for new ice maker. ck warr jeen air might warr parts in that unit for2 years

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I was able to solve this problem by doing the following:

1) Carefully (because there may be sharp metal blades in this area) reached into the upper left compartment of the icemaker and pressed down on ice cubes that seemed to be lodged there and were protruding slightly above the slots they should have been passing through.

2) Press down on the cubes, forcing them through the slots and into the cube container below

3) Lift the metal arm, remove and completely empty the ice cube container

4) Return the ice cube container to the freezer, making sure it is seated properly

Close the freezer and wait until the ice cube maker begins to make new ice cubes. The sound should stop in around 10-15minutes.

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The most likely is that the door was not closed properly, this is very common on this model, what happens is that the door closes against the freezer contens and therefore appears closed, this allows warm air into the unit which starts to melt the ice, if this should happen again it is a good idea to completely defrost overnight with the doors open and then re start the next morning as ice often builds up behind the rear panel. Regards Advisor

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