Refrigerator noisy or loud? This video provides information on how to troubleshoot a noisy refrigerator and the most likely defective parts associated with this problem.

Commonly replaced refrigerator parts:

Fan blade
Evaporator fan motor
Condenser fan motor
Compressor
Water inlet valve

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30 thoughts on “Refrigerator Is Noisy — Refrigerator Troubleshooting

  1. lllllllllllll says:

    I very lightly slapped the fan in my freezer and it fixed my problem, it was so loud it almost sounded like a motorcycle or something. Thanks for showing me there is a fan in the freezer

  2. nothing says:

    My fsher & paykel mount fridge makes a loud noise every few hours…what could be the problem? When leaning on it the noise stops.
    The fan coil in freezer is new and working fine, no ice build up.

    The chiller and freezer function OK – chills and freezes properly – just that it makes a noise every few hours loud vibration for some minutes than slow down to a persistent hum then sometimes goes quiet. It does this few times every day. HELP

  3. Khash Ace says:

    My refrigerator makes noise but none of these causes, the noise is from making ice in the freezer section on top of it, and it's not a constant noise, it sounds like somebodys grinding teeth at night. Any one know how to fix that?

  4. The fearless gamer says:

    Sir I can't understand my problem it it makes a sound and when I open the refridgerator for 2 to 6 seconds the sound stops coming for sometime and after sometime it starts making the sound again my model no. Is RT34K3753S9/HL/2016 and the company name is Samsung . It's technology is Digital inverter technology.

  5. Wafflezombies1964 says:

    mine if you push on the back of the freez inside it stops then let go the nose press stops. this is a bad fan? sounds like the back is rattling then when you push on it stops- called made in china junk

  6. Anthony says:

    The noise on our refrigerator is a loud humming but lasts only 5 or so minutes then shutters off and resumes the peaceful quiet humming. It starts again several hrs later…

    My s/o banged the fridge during an episode and the noise stopped momentarily. (Not the best way to fix it)

    No abnormal heat that I can tell behind the unit and no change with freezer light.

  7. Marjo Lein says:

    My rf makes a loud buzzing sound when its working to get the temperture right, but it stops or gets less when I step on some parts of the wooden floor. What could it be?

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