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This paper investigates the behavior of the noisy Min-Sum decoder over binary symmetric channels. A noisy decoder is a decoder running on a noisy device, which may introduce errors during the decoding process. We show that in some particular cases, the noise introduce by the device can help the Min-Sum decoder to escape from fixed points attractors, and may actually result in an increased correction capacity with respect to the noiseless decoder. We also reveal the existence of a specificdoi:10.1109/ita.2014.6804283 dblp:conf/ita/NgassaSD14 fatcat:hzxvfqyd6vcsfmgfsfucurcl6m