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Koolatron P65 Noisey Fan sn 0013471

Can you help me replace the fan?
Don't know how to get it apart and don't know if it is a double shaft model or not?

Thanks ric
rica@can.rogers.com

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Only the fan at the compressor turns on and off with the compressor cycle. The evaporator fan runs steady to maintain air circulation and temperature balance and to affect evaporator defrost in the off cycle. Sometimes the condenser fan will run continuously to assist in the evaporation of condensed moisture from the evaporator drainage.

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SOURCE: Koolatron P27.motor fan open.

Parts for most Koolatron units can be found at some of the larger truck stops. Like T/A

Look in the area where they have them on display, you will see the motor and power cords.

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I live in Canada and wasn't able to locate a replacement fan. With a little creativity however I was able to fit in the fan from an old computer. My 20 year old koolatron cooler works great again!

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SOURCE: KOOLATRON MODEL NO.P-25;FAN MOTOR BURNED

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