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Sub-zero 650 makes loud gurgling sound

Our fridge has started to make a loud gurgling sound - like a fluid is bubbling through a pipe. This either happens when the compressor is running and you open & close the door OR when the cycle ends.

This cannot be normal and as designed. Any help?

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  • pgsanth Nov 04, 2008

    I refuse to believe that sub-zero would design a fridge that, within three years of operation, would start to loudly gurgle at the end of every cycle. This IS unusual.


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Gurgling is not unusual and is caused exactly by fluid bubbling thro a pipe.

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