Why does my refrigerator sound like water is running?
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The evaporator fan motor is responsible for pulling air over the evaporator coils when the compressor is running. If your refrigerator is making a loud noise that appears to be coming from the freezer area, a faulty evaporator fan motor could be to blame.
Loud noises coming from the back of the unit could indicate an issue with the defrost timer, condenser fan, or compressor. If the loud refrigerator noise is coming from the inside of your appliance, the failing part is probably the evaporator fan, which circulates air through the freezer and fridge.
Why is my fridge making so much noise?
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The noise is caused by ice buildup around the fan. You can perform a manual defrost to get rid of the ice buildup and get rid of the noise, but only service will correct the original cause. If only a manual defrost is performed, the noise will eventually come back. This is why we recommend service for this issue.
Why is my freezer making a knocking noise?
The dripping sound coming from your refrigerator can be disconcerting, but it’s usually normal. It can also be the sound of water dripping from coils into the overflow pan in the bottom of the refrigerator, which happens whenever the defrost function is working.