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Good morning. My name is ***** ***** I'll be assisting you with your refrigerator today. The issue is not a hazard but it is something you want to fix or your unit could stop cooling. The noise is coming from the fan motor hitting ice or frost behind the back wall. There is one inside the freezer and one inside the refrigerator section so depending on which door you open to stop the noise tells you which fan is hitting ice. You will need to remove the back panel inside the refrigerator or freezer section to expose the fan and thaw any ice/frost out with a hair dryer so that the fan blade isn't rubbing on anything anymore.
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The refrigerator or the freezer section?
Your model isn't pulling up exactly but you need to remove all the shelves inside and locate the center back vent panel. There are usually a few screws at the bottom and maybe near the top and then it just pulls forward and off and unclips. But it may stick due to the ice behind it so you may have to use a hair dryer to heat up the panel before it will remove.
no problem and good luck.
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