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I have a arctic cat700 efi,the fan won't come on,I changed the sensor on the radiator and the switch on the head,it came on a couple of times then quit


Try powering up the fan via battery terminals, if it still doesn't work then your fan motor is no good, hope this helps

Dec 31, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Fan relay can't find relay on 90 ford tempo. Changed thermostat already. Radiator fan just quit working. Can't find location of fuse box for fan either. Can you post a picture of location? Thanks


i always hook the fan to ignition so when key is on so is fan keeps motor running cooler . the temp switch is easy to locate just follow wires but I always just run it to ignition

Aug 07, 2014 | 1990 Ford Tempo

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I am in need of a fan motor for my Danby Frig. Paret #JG50.DQ-10. Cannot find it anywhere. Suggestions?


The problem with the factory fan is that it is a sleeve-bearing fan. On average, a fan should operate for about 50,000 hours, which if it runs continuously would be over five years. However when the operating temperature rises or the fan is installed "not exactly" vertically, it will have shorter life.
I had to replace my fan two times withing two years since we bought the unit! Plus the stock fan becomes quite noisy after a couple of months of work.
With all of these problems I did some research for better fans and decided to purchase a ball-bearing fan to install it into the cooler by myself.
Ball-bearing fans on average outlast sleeve-bearing fans by 50 percent and produce less noise.
It's very important to purchase the right AC 115 Volts fan for this Danby wine cooler.
The original fan is Rullian Science RAL 1225S2 (120x120x25 mm in size, 100-125V AC, 0.09A)
The replacement model is Orion OA12AP-11-3TB which I got for $16.75 from Mouser Electronics (mouser.com). The replacement model is ball-bearing cooling fan with slightly higher/better parameters, which will help to cool down the wine cooler coil faster.
To replace the fan you need to tilt the wine cooler on the side and unscrew two small screws at the bottom that keep the original fan in place, remove one screw to the black box where the fan wires are attached and unplug these wires. Then you just need to replace it with the new fan and test that it works properly. If you never used Soldering Tool before you probably will be better off with getting some help from certified electrician - it still will be less expensive than getting this fan ordered every year from Danby.

Nov 06, 2012 | Danby DWC513BLS Wine Cooler

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The outer fan dont work. where can i get a replacement ?


Check at your local computer/ Hobby Electronics parts store.

Take the fan out of the unit and to the store with you, that way they can match it to one they may have in stock.

Sep 14, 2009 | Coleman Electric Cooler 40 Beverage Cooler

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Fan motor for my coleman icebox model564 quit working after 4 mouths need to replace


Check with your local computer or electronics hobby store.

Recomend you remove the original fan and take it with you to the store so they can match it to one they may have in stock.

Sep 04, 2009 | Coleman 5640B807 Compact Refrigerator

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Coleman Electric Cooler doesn't stay cold


the most common problem is that one or both cooling fans has failed. If you have the newer version, you can get replacement fans anywhere computer parts are sold

Jul 03, 2009 | Coleman Electric Cooler 40 Beverage Cooler

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Coleman 12-volt cooler stoped working/fan burned out


Sound like you have the newer version. These fans can be found at Radio Shack or anywhere computer parts are sold. It doesnt have to be an exact replacement. Just big enough to fit over the Cooling fins. Also make sure it's a 12 volt motor

Jun 25, 2009 | Coleman Electric Cooler 40 Beverage Cooler

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Fan blower coleman electric cooler


The fan should blow air into the heat sink. The warm air exits the heat sink at both ends. (It might work the other way, haven't tried it.)

When you have ice in your cooler, you know the thermo-electric element is working well--it's below freezing!

Ice builds up because there is water in the cooler. For example, in humid weather, you open the cooler, some humid air gets in, and the cooler temperature condenses the water. You have to empty this water, either by tipping the cooler, or using a sponge.

You can easily defrost the cooler by unplugging it for an hour or so. You know it's time to defrost when you hear the fan blades making a racket because they're hitting something--a thick buildup of ice.


Aug 10, 2008 | Coleman Electric Cooler 40 Beverage Cooler

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Electric Cooler 40 problem


blow out the dust around the outside fan and heat sink

Jul 01, 2008 | Coleman Electric Cooler 40 Beverage Cooler

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