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GE Refrigerator is Noisy or Loud

PDS18SBMRBS

The 5 most common part(s) or condition(s) which contribute to the symptom Refrigerator is noisy or loud are listed below. Check or test each item and watch any available videos. If you are still unable to solve the problem you may need to do additional research and troubleshooting. Remember, with our 365 Days. Period.® return policy you can return any part for any reason. So, go ahead and buy it to try it. No other parts retailer offers this unconditional return policy.

For the symptom you selected, these are the most common parts or causes, ordered by the likelihood of fixing the symptom.

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Fan Blade - Part # 945327 Mfg Part # WR2M3557

Fan Blade

RepairClinic Item # 945327

If the refrigerator is noisy or loud, especially when the door is opened, check to see if the fan blade in the compartment behind the back panel turns freely. If not, see if the blade is rubbing against anything. Correct any rubbing and try again. Also, check the condenser fan blade to see if it's rubbing or if something is caught in the fan blade. The condenser fan is either underneath in the back or on the top of most built-in refrigerators.

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Fan Blade - Part # 1170122 Mfg Part # WR60X10206

Fan Blade

RepairClinic Item # 1170122

If the refrigerator is noisy or loud, especially when the door is opened, check to see if the fan blade in the compartment behind the back panel turns freely. If not, see if the blade is rubbing against anything. Correct any rubbing and try again. Also, check the condenser fan blade to see if it's rubbing or if something is caught in the fan blade. The condenser fan is either underneath in the back or on the top of most built-in refrigerators.

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$9.60

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Evaporator Fan Motor - Part # 1535877 Mfg Part # WR60X10300

Evaporator Fan Motor

RepairClinic Item # 1535877

If the refrigerator is noisy or loud the evaporator fan motor might be worn out. These fan motors often make a chirping or squealing noise when they fail. They can also make a loud rumbling or grinding noise. If this is the problem, the noise will be much louder when the door is opened. If that's true, replace the evaporator fan motor.

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$77.30

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Condenser Fan Motor - Part # 945645 Mfg Part # WR60M133

Condenser Fan Motor

RepairClinic Item # 945645

If the refrigerator is noisy or loud there might be something caught in the condenser fan motor blade, or the condenser fan motor bearings might be defective. The condenser fan motor is located underneath the refrigerator near the back. Pull the refrigerator out from the wall and remove the access panel to access it.

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Compressor - Part # 1557628 Mfg Part # WR87X10211

Compressor

RepairClinic Item # 1557628

If the refrigerator compressor is noisy or loud it may be normal. Some compressors are louder than others and some get a little noisier over time. If the compressor is making an unusual noise or is noisier than it used to be, it might be worn out or wearing out. It is not dangerous to run a compressor when it is noisy. Sometimes compressors last for years even after they become noisy. However, if the noise continues to worsen be aware that a compressor failure is likely in the near future. A technician should look at this problem soon.

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$396.45

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