Evaporator Fan Noise


J

Joe

Have a side by side GE refrigerator (GSH25JFRWW).
It's about 2 years old.
The evaporator fan in the freezer seems to be variable speed, when lots
of cooling is needed it runs at full speed and makes very little noise.
During normal cooling (just maintaining the temperature) the fan runs at
about half speed and generates a high pitched noise.
It has done this since it was new.

Is this normal??
 
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G

gofish

Have a side by side GE refrigerator (GSH25JFRWW).
It's about 2 years old.
The evaporator fan in the freezer seems to be variable speed, when lots
of cooling is needed it runs at full speed and makes very little noise.
During normal cooling (just maintaining the temperature) the fan runs at
about half speed and generates a high pitched noise.
It has done this since it was new.

Is this normal??

for GE products it is......
 
T

Tekkie®

Joe said:
Have a side by side GE refrigerator (GSH25JFRWW).
It's about 2 years old.
The evaporator fan in the freezer seems to be variable speed, when lots
of cooling is needed it runs at full speed and makes very little noise.
During normal cooling (just maintaining the temperature) the fan runs at
about half speed and generates a high pitched noise.
It has done this since it was new.

Is this normal??
A lot of people whine too because you posted in the wrong group and did
no research
 
B

Bubba

Have a side by side GE refrigerator (GSH25JFRWW).
It's about 2 years old.
The evaporator fan in the freezer seems to be variable speed, when lots
of cooling is needed it runs at full speed and makes very little noise.
During normal cooling (just maintaining the temperature) the fan runs at
about half speed and generates a high pitched noise.
It has done this since it was new.

Is this normal??
Doesnt sound normal. Sounds like your thermostat is bad. Have you
replaced it yet?
Bubba
 
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Jeffrey Lebowski

Joe said:
Have a side by side GE refrigerator (GSH25JFRWW).
It's about 2 years old.
The evaporator fan in the freezer seems to be variable speed, when lots
of cooling is needed it runs at full speed and makes very little noise.
During normal cooling (just maintaining the temperature) the fan runs at
about half speed and generates a high pitched noise.
It has done this since it was new.

Is this normal??
Hmmm...wonder why am I not surprised...

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