Cause: Refrigerators are the largest consumers of electricity in most homes. A refrigerator can use as much energy per year as a typical TV set or microwave oven, according to the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST). However, it is not always clear why your refrigerator may be sweating on you. Sometimes, this noise comes from an air leak around the coils that contain the compressor; sometimes, it could be caused by condensation building up under your refrigerator; or it could come from something more serious like cracks in your fridge’s evaporator coil (the part that cools) , cracks in its cooling fan motor housing , or other issues with your system . If you hear loud noises coming from inside your refrigerator when there is no heat escaping through its vents — which would indicate condensation build-up — make sure to give us call at 1-800-237-7373 immediately so we can figure out what’s going on! Different refrigerators will make different noises while they’re working and some types–like side-by-side units–can even sound like they’re about to explode! And if you don’t know how long ago and where any repairs were made to help determine whether a repair should have been done already, call us immediately at 1 800 237 7373 before further damage occurs!
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