Noise coming from the fridge freezer
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Cracking sounds within the fridge is usually caused during automatic defrosting.
For more information, see the Defrosting the fridge freezer topic.
Loud vibrating or motor sounds is usually caused by the internal compressor or internal fan. If the fridge freezer is vibrating against a wall of surrounding cupboards this can sometimes sound worse.
For more information, see the Positioning the fridge freezer topic.
If the fridge freezer is not levelled correctly, this can increase noise.
For more information, see the Adjusting the feet topic.
Bubbling noise with the fridge is usually caused by flow of refrigerant in tubes of the system.
Water flowing noise is heard due to water flowing into the drain tray.
Air blowing noise is normal and is caused by the circulation of air with in the fridge and freezer.
- 7. Clicking noise is caused by the thermostat turning the compressor on/off.