Why is my Whirlpool freezer making noise?
A Whirlpool refrigerator runs loud when the condenser fan motor fails. If there is too much dirt accumulated in and around the fan blades, it prevents the fan from working properly. The same is true with dirty condenser coils; if they are clogged, the condenser won’t work properly and your refrigerator will run loudly.
Why does my new Whirlpool refrigerator run all the time?
If the defrost heater assembly is defective, the refrigerator will not defrost, and frost will continue to accumulate on the evaporator coils. If the evaporator coils are frosted over, the refrigerator will work harder to remove the heat. As a result, the refrigerator will run constantly in an effort to cool down.
How do you stop a freezer from making noise?
You can make certain this is the problem by pushing in the light switch in the freezer; if the circulation fan is the culprit, the noise will get louder. The only fix for this is to replace the fan.
Can a freezer catch on fire?
Fridges, when ignited, can cause fires to develop quickly, giving off toxic gases. According to the London Fire Brigade (LFB) there is an average of at least one fridge fire a week.
Why is my evaporator fan making noise?
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.
Where is the evaporator fan located in a refrigerator?
The refrigerator evaporator fan sits behind the freezer wall. It draws air across the evaporator coil and circulates it throughout the freezer and refrigerator compartments. When the refrigerator compressor kicks on, so does the evaporator fan.