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This really depends on the type of noise. If you hear a gurgle type noise while running this is usually normal from the refrigerant pumping through the tubing. Fan type noise blowing air in the freezer section is also normal but if it sounds link the fan is rubbing or grinding you need to look into that noise. Also a similar fan down near the compressor area in the lower back section. A low hum from the compressor while running is normal. If you have and icemaker--water running noise about once per hour for around 10 seconds is all normal while the icemaker is filling. Dropping noise from the cubes falling into the bucket is also normal about once per hour. Hope this helps.
check that compressor is running. if your hearing a hum and then click you probably have a faulty compressor relay. most times you can pull it off and shake it and you will hear little bits rattle, well it should actually make no sound. but it could still be bad if compressor fails to run. compressor may or may not be warm.
the gurgling sound is normal, its the freon inside the evap. .the compressors also runs at a very high temp. , there is only 1 fan that circulates cold air, there is another fan but it is the cond. fan which blows hot air located at the bottom near the floor
cenck for volatge at wire harness and if you get the right volatge then repl condenser motor you can use a small portable fan just face it at compressor while you look for part and tha will kepp compressor from over heating and tripping the relay on it ok
whirlpool has a problem with the relayoverload thats plugged into the compressor. unplug the frig for about 5 min. then, while standing behind it plug it back in and listen. if you here a hum then a click, then you need to replace the relay overload. remove the back panel. the relay overload it plugged in on the left side of the compressor. very easy to replace