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your freezer might be having blockage on the drain pipe thus not allowing water to flow on the drain tray if the drain tray is mounted on the compressor and its dry then the compressor or the condensor pipes are burning the drain tray. the solution to this problem is to service your freezer
This is just an idea. the sounds may just be age.. some systems are louder than others and some that are noisy become quiet. But the smell concerns me. It may be that there is something in the cooling fins that is producing the smell. The air from the outside does not directly go into the freezer so I don't think the mouse is the issue. Problems like this usually end up coming from the insulation inside the walls of the freezer. But since you have no history of the freezer loosing power and fish going bad I can suggest anything...If you have any easy access to the inside of the freezer try and take a look. One way to possible clean the smell is to put a bunch of charcoal briquettes on some cookie sheets and put those inside the freezer for a day or two. then switch them out... also you can put a pan of armor hammer backing powder down inside and change that every other day. good luck
Well an old remedy is to put a box of opened arm and hammer baking soda in the freezer and fridge to keep it from having bad odors.If that doesn't work you can try some charcoal it is perfect for absorbing odor, just don't use the matchlight kind or it will smell like lighter fluid.
Compressors will normally run hot to the touch, but should not have a burning smell. If the compressor does need to be replaced you would be better off getting a new freezer. Compressor replacement with the labor can run into more than a new freezer.
MY KENMORE UPRIGHT 20.6 CF FREEZER IS MAKING HARMONIC METALLIC BUZZING NOISES. I TRACED THE SOUND TO THE MIDDLE OF THE BACK PANEL. SEEMS LIKE A METAL FREON HOSE OR SOMETHING IS VIBRATING AND HITTING THAT BACK PANEL, BECAUSE IF I PRESS ON THE BACK PANEL THE SOUND GETS WORSE.
MAYBE A MOTOR IS BEHIND THE PANEL, BUT THERE IS NO WAY TO REMOVE IT AND FIND OUT SINCE IT IS PLACED IN A LIP MADE BY THE SIDES AND TOP, AND THEN FOAM OF SOME SORT IS FORCED INTO A SMALL HOLE TAPED OVER IN THE BACK. TO FILL THE SPACE OR INSULATE. HOW CAN I FIX IT? I DON'T THINK I CAN, BUT AT LEAST I KNOW WHERE IT IS COMING FROM.
Because this occurred as a result of a power outage, you need to check that the outlet is OK. Plug something in the outlet like a lamp and see that it works normally. If that is OK, check the display for a light bulb that is burned out--incandescant bulbs do that occasionally in a power outage. If it is an LCD or LED display, the power supply is bad on the display board. Is the motor humming and making normal noises?--and your freezer is just not cooling? If no motor noise, look for a reliable and trustworthy appliance repair person. If the damage is costly, try to pursue a claim with the power company.
Keep it unplugged and look for burned wires, or rubber wires hardened from extreme heat. This will be a good start in finding what is going wrong. One more thing to check is if the compressor is heating up after running for a while. Let it run for 20 min or so, shut off the power and feel the compressor. Is it hot?