SodaStream Appliances usually makes a loud sound to signal to you that either;
- A Carbonation Level Has Been Reached
- Or that CO2 gas is being released into the bottle
1- A Carbonation Level Has Been Reached
A distinct buzzing sound is issued from your SodaStream after a couple of seconds of pressing the carbonation button, this means that a preset amount of CO2 gas has been released into the SodaStream bottle.
This is generally used as a signal for you to pause before continuing to press the carbonation button or stop altogether, you need to read the instructions on the machine to understand.
Each SodaStream Model will have varying limits on how many presses they can safely handle so make sure you also check your manual to know the precise number of presses.
2- CO2 is Being Released Into The Carbonating Bottle
A loud noise is emitted by some SodaStream models such as the SodaStream Jet when CO2 gas is being released into the bottle.
Other Causes of Loud Noises
If your SodaStream makes a loud noise coupled with the sound of gas escaping you should probably seek help from The SodaStream Company you can click to go to their Website.