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Coleman 12-volt cooler stoped working/fan burned out

Bought cooler 6 months ago. Motor froze up and no more cooling. Trying to find replacement fan/motor. {about 4'' square, all one unit} Bottom of cooler has model No. 564. Can find lot of parts for 5640 etc. but doesn't match mine. Had Igloo before... not impressed with this Coleman. Where can I find these parts, I drive truck and need this type of cooler.

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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

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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    You can pay upwards of $25 for a motor from Radio Shack. Staples sells a 3 speed computer fan for less than $10. The problem with these motors is that they are 12 volt 3 amp or so units & most big trucks alternators put out 50 pus amps so it doesn't take long for things to break. If someone could build an adapter that would cut back the amps that would be helpful.

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Go to colman coolers.com the part number is 50100000750 and it cost 2.50

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Coleman 12volt Cooler Replacement Motor
Installation is pretty simple with basic wiring tools, crimpers, wire cutters, soldering iron and shrink wrap tubing.

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Go to hcpus.com and they have the road pro replacement motor for 22.83 for ground delivery

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