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The fan's motor bearing is shot.  You have to replace the whole fan motor unit.  There is a good exploced drawing of unit.  Google Frigidaire publication #  5995342655.   The part number you need is: 216690400.  The unit can be accessed by removing the stainless cover at the top of the inside of the refrigerator.  There are 4 stainless, philips head screws to remove and then the cover pulls down.
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