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the motor is suppose to stop when the door opens and turns on when closing the noise could be ice building up and the fun blade rubbing the ice if unit is empty you should leave the unit disconnected so ice melts and noise will go away when reconnecting if no motor replacement is needed.
no the rotten egg smell is the catalytac convertor stopping up. smelled it many times not to know.it will slow or even make your engine die because the motor has to have air to run! as the engine operates the valves are opening and closing and sucks air from the rear through the exhaust,or if not when you go through a whole lot of water while driving how come the engine dies? because it sucks water in through the exhaust pipe up to the motor. have your convertor replaced and that crazy stuff will go away. thank you for choosing fixya,com
I recently purchased a Frigidaire Beverage Center and had the same constant beeping issue as strivieri. I found my problem to be the door sensor. The door sensor is located on the lower bottom right of the unit and there is a metal plate mounted on the swinging door that is suppose to push that sensor in when the door is closed. However, this was poorly designed as it fails to do its task. I had a few adhesive floor protectors laying around that I used to stick to that metal plate that gave it the extra thickness needed to push in the door sensor when closing the door.
I hope this helps anyone else there having the same issue.
I would first check to see of the condenser fan is working and the condenser is clean. Some noisy compressor could be bad but I'd check make some checks first. Let me know if we need to go any further.
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Here is a tip that I wrote about the reasons why ice makers do not work.
I had the same problem. My fridge would make a creaking sound as soon as the freezer was closed. I took 10 minutes to trouble shoot the problem and pinpointed that it was coming from the icemaker. After wondering if I was going to have to replace it, I noticed a piece of ice wedged in a way so that the ice maker arms could not fall into the basin to make ice. The sound was the motor creaking because of the jam. Removed the ice and the sound went away. Now, I'm sure the motor will **** out in a few months since it has been jammed for 2 weeks burning up the motor. Oh well. Hope this helps.