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Door was left very slightly open. reclosed but so...

Door was left very slightly open. Reclosed but some contents not completely frozen after 5 days. Emptied and defrosted slight frost at top of door. Turned on and seems ok but was making a loud gurgling sound on closing door again. Went away after few seconds.

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This is normal when compressor starts u can hear some gurgling from evap. from feron flowing. If you hear gurgling only when you close the door it's water in drain pan when you close the door air is forced down drain tube blowing air into water.

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