There could be a few reasons why your fridge is making excessive gurgling noises, typically this is a very normal operation.  Refrigerators make some gurgling or bubbling sounds when the refrigerant is circulating through the system. This is especially true if you have a newer fridge with a high-efficiency compressor. 

We have also outlined some less common reasons that can factor in:

Defrost cycle: Most modern refrigerators have an automatic defrost cycle, which can cause some gurgling or hissing noises as the water from the melted ice is drained away. If the noises only occur during the defrost cycle and are not too loud, then this is likely the cause.

Water in the drain pan: Refrigerators have a drain pan at the bottom, which catches any water that condenses on the evaporator coils or drips from the automatic defrost cycle. If the drain pan is full, it can cause gurgling or sloshing noises. Check the drain pan to see if it's full, and empty it if necessary.

Blocked condenser coils: If the condenser coils on the back of your fridge are blocked with dust or debris, it can cause the compressor to work harder and make more noise. Clean the coils with a brush or vacuum cleaner to see if this reduces the noise.

If you are unsure, please record a short video of the noise and submit here for our customer care team to assess with our experienced technicians.