Why is my new fridge making a loud noise?
Loud noises coming from the back of your refrigerator could indicate an issue with the defrost timer, condenser fan, or the compressor. If you determine the noise is caused by the condenser fan, try cleaning away dust and debris that may have accumulated between the fan blades using a soft brush.
Why does my new GE refrigerator make a loud buzzing noise?
If you hear buzzing from the refrigerator, it is most likely coming from the icemaker or water valve, and is normal. Check and make sure the water is turned on to the icemaker. On models with the XWF filter (many bottom-freezer and side-by-side models), you may hear the sound for 5 seconds about once every hour.
How do you diagnose a bad compressor?
Some of the signs of a bad A/C compressor are as follows.A Lack of Hot Air Being Released Outside. Loud or Strange Noises From the Unit. Failure of the Compressor to Turn On. Circuit Breaker Tripping. Leaks Around the Air Conditioning Unit. Warm Air Instead of Cool Air Being Delivered to the House. Reduced Airflow.