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As stated earlier it could be the shaft needs lubing, remove the bottom part of the blender blade... the rubber thing that engages on the motor. I started with WD-40 and worked some lithium grease into it. Spins like new now.
Outdoor condensing fan motor has stopped running. This
problem could be caused by a bad motor run capacitor. If your motor capacitor is not the problem, then more than
likely you need a new motor. Is the fan blade tight, stiff or hard to turn? If
the fan blade is hard to turn then you probably need a new motor
Unfortunately it is not so easy. F50 is the code displayed when the fault persists in the RPS ( Rotatory Position Sensor ). You have to replace it. The problem may be a burnt CU ( Control Board ). It can also be an indication of motor being stalled. Thank you Sir, Have a nice day.
The whistling is caused by the air circulating fan located just behind
the light. It is easily accessed by removing the light cover and the
two small hex screws above the light. To stop the whistling I simply
turned the freezer off and pulled the fan cover out slightly to reveal
the fan blades. I then pushed the blades down, toward the bottom of the
until the blades stopped and i could feel the shaft slightly protruding
from the top of the blades. Repositioning the blade has stopped the
incessant whistling. Hope this helps!
Extremely likely the fan motor. get to it then , after removing fan blade,plug it in directly to a 110v outlet ,just for a second to see if it works well( don;t touch it while prefoming this test,only the plug), or jumper out the switch(with electric disconnected) momentairly to see if the fan runs after turning the electric back on.