GE Stainless Steel Side by Side - Loud Huming and Whoosh noice
The manual booklet mentions that the frig could have high-pitched "HUMMM... WHOOSH..." sound or pulsating sound from the compressor while it's operating.
However, I consider it's quite noisy. I can hear the noise from upstair. What can I do? Please help.
Thanks in advance.
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You should not hear it from that far away. It sounds like it may be compressor related. The only thing you could check to make sure is remove the lower rear cover and check the condensor fan and listen to the compressor to see if thats where the noise is cmming from. Check the fan in the freezer too.
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Hi, it sounds like you may have a gas leak some where else on your oven probably from the supply pipe . It looks like it is building up then its been ignited so you get a whoosh. Best get it checked out.
Very common problem is the evap fan located in the freezer section is the cause. Sorry but this is controlled by the main board on the back and only way to fix the problem is with a new board. Sorry about the news but it is the problem.