Refrigerators

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4 Causes for a Sub-Zero Refrigerator Making Loud Noise

Loud sounds can be a surprising deviation from a Sub-Zero refrigerator’s quiet operation. What is a common reason for a Sub-Zero refrigerator making loud noise? A failing evaporator fan motor often operates at a louder volume, requiring professional replacement to stop the sound. Our step-by-step guide pinpoints the causes for other refrigerator noises and how to silence them.

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My Refrigerator is Not Cooling – What’s Wrong?

Having a refrigerator not cooling is often cause for alarm. After all, you like the food in your fridge, and don’t want to see it spoil when your refrigerator is warm. But don’t panic, as there are a plethora of reasons why this could be happening– which may or may not be things to repair, but simple errors that can be fixed at home. We’ll get into the nitty-gritty of refrigerator maintenance and show you how to troubleshoot refrigerator not cooling issues so you can find the right problem and go about fixing it.

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When, Why, and How to Clean Samsung Refrigerator Coils

If there was a way to extend the life of your Samsung refrigerator most of us would choose to do so. Fortunately performing regular maintenance, like cleaning the refrigerator’s condenser coils, is the easiest way to prolong its lifespan. We’ll review how to clean Samsung refrigerator coils with five simple steps, so your refrigerator can always operate at peak performance.

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Help! The Refrigerator is Leaking

If your refrigerator is leaking, possible causes range from improper water filter installation to a broken water line or a clogged drain line. It’s important to address leaking issues as soon as possible to avoid potential water damage.

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Ice is Building Up Inside My Freezer

If ice is building up on the walls of your freezer, you’ve most likely got a leakage of cold air. If the freezer is even the slightest bit ajar, moist air will enter and cold air will escape, causing frost to form. There are a few things you can do to help this situation.

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