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The Problem
Solver
Nor_7"lal
operating
so_nds
Newei
appliai_ces
sotmd
different
fkom
oldeI
appliai_ces.
Mode__
appliai_ces
ha_e
moIe
featmes
a_d
_se _ewe_
tectmolog
T.
Do you hear what I hear? _ese
sounds are normal.
Tire new high efficiency
compressor
may run faster and longer
than your
old appliance
arrd you may hear
a
high-pitched
hum or pulsating
sound
while it is operating.
Sometimes
tire appliance
runs for an
extended
period,
especially
when
the
doors
are opened
Dequently.
You may hear a whooshing
sound
when
the doors
close. This is due m pressure
equalizing
within
the appliance.
CLICKS,
POPS,
CRACKS
and CHIRPS
\bu
may hear cracking
or poppb_g
som_ds
wheat the appliance
is first plugged
i_.
This happens
as the appliance
cools to
the correct
temperature.
Expansion
and comractkm
of cooling
coils dming
and after def_ost
ca_ cause
a cracki_g
or poppii_g
sotmd.
WHIB!
You may hear
the fans spinning
at
high speeds.
This happens
when
tire
appliance
is first plugged
ira, when
the
door
is opened
flequently
or when
large
amounts
of beverages
are added
to
the appliance.
Tire fans help maintain
desired
temperatures.
If tire door
is open
for over 3 minutes,
you may hear
a fan come
on in order
to
cool tire appliance.
Tire fans change
speeds
in order
to
provide
optimal
cooling
arrd energ T
savings.
The flow of refkigerant
through
the
applia_ce
cooling
coils may make
a
gu_gli_g
noise like boilii_g water.
A watei
dripping
iroise may occm
as
water f_om the evaporatoI
flows imo
the draft] pan.
ClosiIrg
the drawei
may cause a gmgliI_g
som_d dt_e to pressme
equalizatkm.
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