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Electrical wiring help for an Evap Fan Assembly P/N 12442204

The evap fan motor assembly fits inside the bottom freezer p/n 12442204 or 12013209Q. The problem is, it has two green wires, one white wire and one red wire and only three clips extending from the fan motor. Two are side by side and one is on the bottom for the ground.
Thank you for your assistance. T.

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  • trlemay Jan 11, 2009

    Thank you notsomot, but the Evap Fan Assembly is 60hz 120V. Do you or anyone else have any other solutions?

  • trlemay Jan 11, 2009

    Both assemblies are 60hz 120v. The wire schem coming from the refrigerator wire harness are 1 single black (not red) 2 white wires leading into one lead, and two green wires each with their own single lead. My question still remains, what is the proper connection of these wires when the fan assembly only has three leads.

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Heya,
Normally the fan motors are 12v. That means they are not polarity sensitive. You would have to green wires- your earth, then you would have a red and white your active in and active out, as normally these are wired in series. I could be wrong but I have done thousand of 12v evap fan motors and have never has a problem, the clips how ever I cant help with.
Btw make sure the fan motor is not 120v/240v before wiring, if it is get a licensed electrician to do it

Hope this helps any other problems please let me know

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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    Mathew F Jan 11, 2009

    Whoa okay didnt see that coming, what collour wires have you got that are all ready existing? Is the motor that died 120v?

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