The freezer buzzes for a variety of reasons. Some of them can be caused by external factors, and some may indicate malfunctions. If the unit is installed against a wall or other device, vibrations in the engine generate vibration which causes the hum. The newly bought freezer may hum for the first five to seven days until it enters operating mode.
Also, the cause of the hum can be voltage drops in the mains or setting the thermostat to maximum. The most unpleasant situation why the freezer buzzes is a motor malfunction, which our Toronto appliance repair specialists can identify and eliminate.
If your freezer suddenly buzzes, it could happen due to the following factors:
If the freezer shakes and twitches you don’t need to panic right away. However, you still need to pay attention to this problem. Shaking can be caused by the following factors:
If you’ve listened to your unit and heard that the device squeaks or makes clattering sounds, the reason may be the following:
Sometimes, in addition to clicks and knocks, owners of freezers notice that their appliance begins to hiss. Typically this happens due to dirt getting between the blades of the No Frost system fan. To get rid of this unusual noise, just wash the freezer.
Sounds reminiscent of gurgling and hissing may be caused by the movement of a refrigerant. This is normal and there is nothing wrong with that. But if suddenly your fridge stops running, perhaps a refrigerant leak is the reason.