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My haier fridge freezer is making a loud buzzing noise. Any ideas what it is and can it be repaired

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Depends what type of buzzing it is?

It may be an alarm telling you something.

It may be a mechanical buzzing from a motor, relay or solenoid.

Check your manual so see if it has alarms.

Google
make model manual
or visit the Haier website

Some do have an over temperature alarm like this one, so check that the freezer door is properly closed and not impeded by frost build up.

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