The squealing noise your refrigerator makes most likely comes from the fans that aids its operation. Call a technician ASAP! Continue reading Why Is My Refrigerator Making A Squealing Noise?
The gurgling noise your refrigerator makes is a completely normal part of its operation. You shouldn’t be worried about it at all! Continue reading Why Is My Refrigerator Making A Gurgling Noise?
While it’s operating, a refrigerator’s humming can reach up to 47dB. However, there may be some instances when your refrigerator will make weird noises – like a cracking noise – that will make you question whether it’s normal, or it’s a sign that your fridge is dying. Fortunately, the cracking noises that are emanating from your refrigerator is completely normal. These noises happen because of … Continue reading Why Is My Refrigerator Making A Cracking Noise?
When the moisture forms tiny beads, it is normal. However, if it forms into large beads, there could be a problem with your refrigerator. Continue reading Why Is There Excessive Moisture In My Refrigerator?
Just don’t bother at all. Continue reading Can I Unplug My Refrigerator Overnight To Save Energy?
The basic idea behind refrigeration is to slow down the process of decomposition by slowing down the growth of bacteria in our food. What happens if it can’t perform this function? Continue reading How Long Will A Refrigerator Stay Cold During A Brownout?
To summarize: yes, you should unplug your refrigerator after a brownout, and plug it back in 5-10 minutes once the power is restored. Continue reading Do I Need To Unplug My Refrigerator After A Brownout?
Warmth from the sides of your refrigerator is normal; if it’s too hot, there might be a problem. Luckily, the fixes are easy. Continue reading Why Are The Sides Of My Refrigerator Hot?
It is generally safe to chill (not freeze!) your beer bottles in the freezer, as long as you take them out before they freeze over. Continue reading Can I Put Beer Bottles In My Freezer?
Laying a refrigerator on its side is generally safe to do, provided that you’ll let your fridge rest upright for at least 4 hours (24 hours at most) before turning it on. Continue reading Can I Lay My Refrigerator On Its Side?