Why is my GE freezer fan making noise?

An obnoxiously loud GE refrigerator model GSS25JFMWW is a clear indication a component in the appliance is damaged or malfunctioning. If the sound is loudest near the bottom rear of your refrigerator, a faulty condenser fan motor is the likely issue.

Why is my freezer fan making noise?

Over time, the fan motor parts can wear or lose lubrication, causing a humming, buzzing, or clicking noise in your freezer. To replace the fan motor, first unplug the power source to your freezer. You will then need to remove the grille or evaporator cover to access the motor.

How much does it cost to replace condenser fan motor?

The average cost of a condenser fan motor is between $300 and $500 (not including installation). If the compressor breaks, you are looking at a much costlier problem which could cost up to $2000. In some cases, your fan motor may be under warranty.

How do I know if my condenser fan motor is bad?

5 Signs That Indicate a Failing AC Fan Motor

  1. The fan won’t start even though the AC is on.
  2. The fan continues to run, even when shutting off the AC.
  3. The fan is on but rotating very slowly.
  4. The fan runs intermittently.
  5. There’s a rattling or buzzing noise coming from the condenser unit when the fan is turned on.

How do I stop my fridge from making a high pitched noise?

A dirty condenser fan can cause the noise you are constantly hearing. It is located near the compressor and can’t be missed if you are behind your refrigerator looking for it. You can also give the fan a few drops of oil as it may just need oil to lubricate it to stop the noise.

How much does it cost to fix a condenser fan?

Replacing the condenser fan motor in an AC unit costs $400 on average, including labor. It might cost only $300 but could cost up to $600. However, if your AC is still under warranty the cost of the part is covered (but usually not the labor).

What happens if the condenser fan fails?

When the condenser overheats, all of the components of the AC system will begin to overheat until they eventually get hot enough to burn and emit an odor. A failed fan will not only fail to produce cold air, but can even result in damage to the AC system due to overheating.