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turn the freazer nob to zero for a second or two, the noise will stop. turn it back to your normal setting.

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LG LRTP1231W Top... • Answered on Jun 19, 2021


best bet is calling a local repair service self fixes seldom get them fixed

LG Refrigerators • Answered on May 17, 2021


Theres a switch or relay bad or othr parts. Chec utube or pintetest. Gonna need avoltmeter. Dont spend alot on system. Cause good used is cheapr

LG Refrigerators • Answered on May 06, 2021


No info generic answer Not cooling then it's not working if compressor running ----loss of freon ..stuck defrost cycle ....evaporate fan failure ...evaporate frozen etc these are some of the reasons

LG Refrigerators • Answered on Apr 09, 2021


It could be spoilt,just buy another one

LG Refrigerators • Answered on Apr 09, 2021


Sounds like one of two possibilities: 1) Loose connection, since it works intermittently after you push/pull/change something 2) A problem with the main control board. Everything from the cooling system to the lights to the fans to the ice maker are managed and controlled by the control board. Some boards have flashing LED indicators to help trouble shoot problems.

LG Refrigerators • Answered on Mar 13, 2021


The hinges need to be replaced on your fridge for both the freezer and the fridge. Have a person that repairs fridges to take a look at it and see what the problem is with the fridge.

LG Refrigerators • Answered on Mar 11, 2021


Unfortunately if yu have ball bearings on your floor the slide assemblies are beyond repair. Replace the slides and you will be god to go. Eric

LG LFX25960ST... • Answered on Feb 17, 2021


Usually, the beeping will mean that the fridge thinks the door is open. You did not give a model # so I do not know if it is a side x side, top freezer or bottom freezer. The evaporator fan is wired through the light switch so if the door is open, or there is a problem with the switch, then the fan will not circulate air and typically things will start to freeze toward the bottom but be warmer at the top. The first thing I would check is to make sure that the top door hinge covers are securely in place and that the switches close when the door does. Sometimes it is a mechanical switch while others use a magnet. Look for something like this on the top of the fridge just on top of the hinge. Post more details if more assistance is needed. 31hkhjmm36l-sdqjcpjsvtp1cr1q5vbwrbis-1-0.jpg

LG Refrigerators • Answered on Feb 01, 2021


The effort it would take to eliminate filter would be too much. Just leave filter in place. If new house filter is working right you should never have to replace fridge filter and your water will be double-filtered :)

LG LSC26905TT... • Answered on Jan 05, 2021


  1. Check to see if the fridge and the freezer are overfilled Over-stuffing in the freezer or the fridge or both of these compartments will prevent the doors from closing properly and which can cause the fridge's to set off the beeping alarm.
  2. Check the fridge door seals: Broken or damaged door seals may stop the fridge from closing all the way. This can also happen if the seals are dirty. Wipe clean the door seals with a soft cloth and warm and use soapy water and close the fridge doors. If the door still appears ajar then you have to replace the door seals.It is also quite possible that the inbuilt door-alarm which sets off if the fridge door is ajar for more than a few minutes has gone bad . This would need to be looked at by a qualified repair person . Until, you can call a repair person transfer all the food items to another cool place.
  3. Check the fridge balance: To work correctly the fridge must be placed on a levelled surface. Even a slight tilt in the fridge structure can set off the beeping alarm. Check to see if the fridge is balanced evenly.
  4. Check to see if the fridge exterior is warmer than usual: Check if there is adequate distance between the fridge and walls to allow for proper ventilation. If you have already ensured this and the fridge exterior still appears warmer than usual, have an appliance engineer to take look at the problem. If the beeping continues, switch-off the fridge.
  5. Check the freezer: If your fridge does not have an auto-defrost function then excessive ice-build up in the freezer can cause the beeping alarm to go off . If you see a lot of ice build-up in the icebox or freezer, switch off the fridge and let the ice thaw. Once the fridge is thawed, the beeping should stop.
  6. Have a repair person check the circuit board: It is possible that there is an issue with the appliance's circuit board. If so it will most likely need replacement.

LG Refrigerators • Answered on Jan 04, 2021


If this is an automatic defrost unit, the evaporation tray could be damaged or incorrectly positioned.

LG Refrigerators • Answered on Jan 02, 2021

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