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Why do I hear water bubbling in my fridge?

The bubbling sound you hear is normal. It is caused by refrigerant gas moving

through the pipes in your refrigerator, as the refrigerator cools or freezes your food. 
 
Other reasons of certain noises you may hear in your fridge are as follows:

 

Cracking And Popping Sound
 
 This noise is normal. It sounds when the interior components contract or

expand, as the refrigerator is cooling or the interior temperature

changes after the temperature has been reset

 

Buzzing Sound


 The buzzing noise you hear is the sound of the refrigerator compressor running.

The noise is normal. You will also hear a noise when the refrigerator compressor

starts at the beginning of a cooling cycle and when it shuts off.
 
It can be also heard after getting water from the door dispenser. The noise should

not last longer than a few seconds.
 

 

Beeping Sound

 

Some  refrigerators are equipped with a door alarm, which will beep

whenever the door is left open or not closed completely. Here are some things

to check:


 ●  Make sure that door's path is free from obstruction.

●  Make sure that no objects in the refrigerator are preventing the door from closing.

●  If the rubber door seals are dirty, the door will not close properly. Clean the doors

with a mild detergent and damp cloth. Then wipe with a dry cloth. 

 

Note: Never let any oil or grease come into contact with the plastic fittings or door seals, as these materials easily become porous. 

 

Snapping Sound

 

This noise will be heard about 4 seconds after removing a glass from a dispenser.

This is the sound of the dispenser chute closing if htere is one fitted. Hence, This is normal.
 

 

A Hum Or Click Noise

 

This is normal. It can sound when the icemaker fills with water, again if fitted. 

 

Loud Banging Noise


 This is normal. It can sound when the ice maker dumps ice cubes into ice bucket if fitted. 

 

Rattling Sound


 ●  Hinges: If you have recently removed the doors of the refrigerator, the hinge

bolts or hinge cover screws may be loose.


 ●  Make Sure the Refrigerator is Level: If the freezer door is lower than the refrigerator

door, insert a common (flat-head) screwdriver in a slot of the control lever on the freezer

side and turn it clockwise. 
 
 ●  If the freezer door is higher than the refrigerator door, insert a common (flat-head)

screwdriver in a slot of the control lever on the refrigerator side and turn it clockwise.

 

If you require further assistance or need to book in your refrigerator for a repair then

please contact  Customer Care

Please note this is a generic piece of advise. Please read you manufacturers instrucions carefully

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