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My 12 bottle cooler is still cooling OK but it is making a strange loud throbbing or pulsating noise. Is there something I can do to stop this noise?

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My leg have felt as though thing Pulsating thetththere is a pulsating feel is soing as though sommethis going upmand down my leg Insometimes feel this in my arm. What is the answer please?


hi pamela.
Throbbing from vascular origin
A vein can produce this sensation because of the increased blood flow to a particular area due to physical activity - this can happened when you jog in the morning or after bodybuilding exercise or any other physical activity. When somebody tackles you during a football game and traumatizes your leg, the swelling can push on the vessels and this can produce a throbbing sensation. A trauma can also produce an abnormal communication between an artery and vein - this is called AV fistula.
Usually throbbing from vascular origin is not a reason to worry. You may visit a general practitioner who will probably examine the blood flow and may even order a test to look at your vessels.
Rarely the cause of throbbing is aneurism which produces a wide pulsatile area - aneurisms are often treated surgically.
  • It is useful to know that common conditions such as deep vein thrombosis, blood clots or peripheral artery disease usually do NOT present with throbbing sensation but usually present with pain and swelling.
Throbbing caused by muscle twitching
Turn off the lights, sit on a chair and use a direct light from a lamp and try to make the light beam horizontal so you can see the throbbing area clearly.
If you see tiny twitches you should know that your throbbing sensation is produced by your muscles.
Conditions causing muscle twitching
Although muscle twitches are often idiopathic or as a result of muscle hyperactivity or hyperexcitability because you had too much coffee or you had a heavy exercise earlier, muscle twitches can be a symptom of a serious medical conditions.
B12 deficiency. This is found especially in alcoholics or vegetarians. Muscle twitching is not an early symptom, usually B12 deficiency presents with anemia and decreased or altered sensation.
Multiple Sclerosis. Usually presents with pain behind one eye. Muscle twitching is a common symptom.
infection and Amyotophic Lateral Sclerosis also known to cause muscle twitches. It is advisable to see a neurologist for further evaluation, the neurologist is most likely to order MRI and blood test
read up more at this link.

https://www.steadyhealth.com/medical-answers/causes-of-throbbing-or-pulsing-sensation-in-arms-or-legs
Understanding Symptoms of Aneurysm
https://www.steadyhealth.com/topics/strange-throbbing-pulsing-in-my-thigh-just-above-knee?page=2
what is the cause of Pulsating in my leg Google Search

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Just plugged in my new 12 bottle Danby wine cooler and it hums, LOUDLY. Any idea why?


it might , it has a compressor and that would make more noise under a strain . refrigeration units strain when the box is warm. let it run and bring down the temp of the box and then see how much noise it is making . 12 hours should do it.

Jan 30, 2016 | Danby DWC1233BL-SC 12 Bottle Wine Cooler

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Wine cooler cools but has a very loud, too loud to ignore, whirring sound when it is in cooling mode. Any ideas?


And when the wine is cooled ... the noise stops?
It's like a refrigerator ... it only operates when it it is reducing temperatures. Once things have cooled, the system cuts out.

If your wine cooler stops making a noise when the wine is cooled ..ok.

Jan 19, 2016 | Refrigerators

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I have had my wine fridge for 16 months & it was running all the time and it started making a loud clanking noise from the fan area. I haven't had it that long. What is causing this problem?


I would start by checking to see if anything is touching the fan blades. Believe it or not, mice typically get decapitated by them. Also wires can get in the way. However, About Appliance.com says: "Clicking, banging and knocking: These sounds can come from the compressor telling you there is a problem with it. Normally, it can make a whining or pulsating noise"

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Our wine cooler is making a loud noise. We


i got the same model,the noise from the lower back,u can remove the fan out & determine the noise from easy,the bottom have two bolts,easy to remove it.gd luck for u

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I have the Marvel 70 bottle wine cooler and it is making loud whining noise like if you put a stick in the wheel of spinning bike spokes when it is cooling down sometimes. it does not seem to be the fan...


I believe the 6SBAR has an evaporator fan located behind the evaporator plate ( the cooling plate) inside the unit. They had some issues with the bearings in those fans failing and will sound like a small jet engine sometimes (high pitched whine). When you hear the noise, open the door and if the noise level changes (either gets louder or goes away) then it is the evaporator fan. If your noise is coming from the compressor area and does not change when you open the door, it is most likely the condenser fan blade is loose. The evaporator fan looks like a small computer cooling fan and is located near the bottom center of the evaporator plate (out of site). The factory sells a replacement kit with a much better fan and new power supply. You can reach them at 800-223-3900. Good-luck.

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Strange noise coming from new Oster 5 c.f. frige...


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Does not chill drinks


you wrote that the wine cooler "only cools to 12 degrees minimum" I don't understand the problem?
12 degrees is really cold, in fact its freezing.

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