Question about Maytag MTF2191AR Top Freezer Refrigerator
I am replacing evaporator fan motor and blade on my maytag fridge. The part came separated from the blade and no instructions. The plastic blade has a spring on end that secures it to the motor. How is this supposed to be installed? Do i tap it on or use a pair of spring pliers to put spring on after i put the plastic blade on? I want to make sure it is secured properly and any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks. Maytag top freezer model# MTF2191ARW
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: maytag fridge model # MFF2557HEB
This has to be the evap. fan motor. I have ran into this alot. If you take the vent off the topcenter of the freezer back panel useing a simple flat head unlock the clips. Once you see the fan blades push it with your finger carefully if it spins slow and little wobblely the motor has failed. If it turns not at all then check for 120V. going into the motor by unhooking it if you get 120V motor bad if you get nothing then the Jazzboard or Highvoltage control board has failed. To install a new fanmotor is easy take your time most parts come out with a flathead screw driver and 1/4inchnutdriver. Evap. fan motor is just clipped in.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
SOURCE: Maytag MTB2176HRS not cooling
it could be out of gas...can you open the bottom rear cover and feel the air coming out of the condenser blower. if its not warm, you have a leak where refrigerant escapes...
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
kindly look at the back panel of the freezer section. if you can hear the humming sound, find out where it is coming from. if the sound is coming from the compressor, that means the evaporator fan is not running.
but, take note that u need to press the door switch of the freezer in order to check the fan. the fan stops every time the door is open. if the fan is not running, you have to remove the middle panel, above the evaporator, the fan would be there. ( in the freezer section)
but if the fan is running and the back panel of the freezer is full of frost, then that would be a defrost issue.
defrost heater, bi-metal or defrost controller.
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Posted on Dec 17, 2008
Check to see if you have frost on the back panel of your freezer in your fridge. If you do your coil is frozen over and you'll have to defrost your freezer. I just did mine cause mine wasn't cooling properly on my fridge side.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
you hear a constant running water sound? look in your manual under "normal operating sounds". it explains all of the sounds. it sounds like you're hearing the refrigerant going thru your evap. coil located behind the rear frzr panel. you unit goes into the defrost cycle roughly every 8hrs and water drip down into the condensate pan un the refrig.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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