The compressor on your fridge is designed to keep it at the correct temperature. If you notice your fridge is making a 'whirring' noise for extended periods of time, your compressor is simply working harder to keep it at the right temperature. To reduce the amount of time your compressor is active, ensure the ambient temperature is inside the recommended range for your fridge and avoid opening the fridge door frequently or for extended periods of time. Keeping the door closed will allow the temperature to stabilise. Always make sure the spacers are used that came with the fridge, please refer to your manual’s installation instructions. If you cannot find it, don't worry you can download your manual by clicking here.
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†Source Euromonitor International Limited; Consumer Appliances 2019 ed, as per major appliances definition, retail volume sales in units, 2018 data