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In the diagram at the link below, number 13 is the evaporator fan motor mounted behind the rear panel inside the freezer. I suspect that the motor may be failing or the blade is hitting on something. Oftentimes, the blade will get pushed too far onto the shaft and cause that issue. Are you able to remove that rear cover for inspection?
I understand, it will require some disassembly. If the fan is indeed faulty, as I suspect it is, you can expect it to cost about $150 + the part, which is about $50.
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