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The noise is due to the ice build up in your evaporator. The evaporator fan blade is rubbing against the ice build up. This can is designed to turn off when you open the door. As far as the defrost problem it can be your defrost bimetal thermostat, the defrost timer/control or your defrost heater.
There are many reasons for that to happen. Check your refrigerator for a thick build up of ice in the freezer, you need to defrost the fridge. A poor circulation of cold air will happen if thick build up of ice is not defrost. Do not block cold circulation with so much food inside, you need to organize it. Check temp control to lower degrees or high number. A door gasket leak will cause cold air to flow outside the fridge. A system tubing clogged dirt inside the copper tubing will also cause it, but this one need to be check by a service technician. I hope I give you idea for your refrigerator problem.
There is probably an ice build up behind the plastic rear panel. The ice build up gets so thick that eventually, it obstructs the fan and then you get that loud noise as the tips of the fan are chipping away at the ice.
What you need to do is to remove the rear panel and thaw the ice build up. To remove the rear panel is usually only 2 screws at the bottom.....you will find that the panel is difficult to remove due to ice build up behind it, so gentle heat from a hairdryer is a good way to accelerate the thawing process....once the panel is removed, you will see the ice build up......mine was about 2 inches thick!!!
I used the hairdryer to thaw it all out and then once cleared, switched it back on and have never had a problem since.
By the way, my F?F is a Beko CDA563FS......the one with the water dispenser on the front and frost free.
Hope this helps
The problem is ice build up on the back wall. The noise you hear is the fan blades hitting the ice. On the back wall water gets trapped, it then builds up over time, and a big ball of ice forms and blocks the fan. Take off the back wall, defrost the build up and cut the insulation off as above. The water will no longer get trapped and the problem will not come back.
First we need to see if the compressor is running. Pull the fridge out take off the lower panel on the back and see if you can hear it running. Also, need to know if freezer fan and fan by compressor is running. Check for thick frost build up on back panel in freezer. Let me know what you find.