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Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you! It sounds to me like the compressor is having trouble starting intermittently and is allowing the temperatures inside to climb. Do you ever find the temperature too high?
May I please have your model number so I am able to provide you with accurate, model specific information?
I would agree, that is odd. Can you tell where the buzzing sound is coming from?
Hmm, maybe there is some ice that is around the fan blade and the noise is the blade hitting it. Are you able to remove the panel from the inside of the freezer for inspection?
That is the only thing behind the panel that would cause the noise.
I think we need to get a look back there and see what is happening.
I am not sure, that is pretty odd.
That's why we need to access the area of the noise to see where it is coming from.
Yes, I will be in and out for then next several hours.
Have you heard the noise with the cover off?
See if the noise comes back once the panel is on. Make sure no pinched wires and no issue with the cover interfering with the fan blade.
Is the fan in the back by the compressor running?
Is the heat still building? Has the noise returned?
You have verified that the fan that is mounted in the back at the bottom of the cabinet, by the compressor, is running?
The heat is probably normal with the doors being pen for so long. Once it cools down inside, it will not be so warm on the outside. I see on that model ( I had to look up E521T) that the condenser is ran throughout the cabinet walls, so that is why they are hot.
Sounds good, keep me posted!
Sounds like a sealed system issue. Thank you.