Question about GE Refrigerators
Squeaky when running
There is a small motor in the back that connects to the fan that blows the air across the condensing coil under the unit. On my old fridge I sometimes have to get rid of a squeak by putting a small amount of oil on the steel shaft the connects this motor to the fan and allows a little oil to seep into the shaft seal/bearing on the motor where it has become "dry" over time and causes a vibration and "squeak". Involves pulling the fridge from the wall and removing a panel to get to this motor. I am sure that fridges all vary in the exact details of this arrangement but the basics are the same. What I mean is they all have this motor and fan.
Posted on Jul 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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